Functions with the TI-84 Plus Calculator
by Brendan Kelly (Author), Teresa Kelly (Editor), Taisa Dorney (Illustrator)
Brendan Kelly is Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of Education, University of Toronto (OISE/UT). He holds two doctorate degrees: a Ph.D. in Mathematics (Number Theory) from U. of T. and an Ed.D. in Computer Applications from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Dr. Kelly founded Brendan Kelly Publishing Inc. that now offers more than 20 titles including secondary school mathematics books that help teachers use Texas Instrument Graphing Calculators to teach mathematics. These books are sold widely throughout the United States and Canada and have been translated into Japanese for sale in their schools.
Paperback: 104 pages
Publisher: Brendan Kelly Publishing Inc.; 2nd edition (August 28, 2006)
Statistics and Probability Using The TI 89 is more than a Math Book, It Teaches About Failures in Surveys, and in Fact Fraudulent Surveys
This exciting book contains 20 instructional lessons that guide students step-by-step through sequences of activities that help them learn the mathematical concepts using the TI-89 graphing calculator. Keying sequences are provided for each lesson. Students are given lots of exercises for practice of the concepts and complete solutions are given for most of the exercises.Topics included are:
- statistical inference
- box plots, histograms
- central tendency measures of dispersion
- scatterplots & correlation
- regression & line of best fit
- Monte Carlo Techniques
- binomial distribution
- normal distribution
User Rating: ★★★★★
Purchased for my grandson who is a freshman in college working toward a degree in engineering. Used as reference when more explanation is needed for his calculator.
By Dr. Ronald Cutburth
User Rating: ★★★★★
Of course it can be used for Sr high classes because it is written in plain language and uses excellent graphic illustrations. Statistics and Probability using the TI 89 is more than a math book. It teaches about failures in surveys, and in fact fraudulent surveys. This is an essential teaching and should be included in college classes. Of course it can be used for Sr high classes because it is written in plain language and uses excellent graphic illustrations. However there is one serious error in the book. Claims Einstein created special and general theories of relativity. That is false. Einstein did not create general relativity but did formulate his own isolated special theory. The author's assumption does not effect the quality of the rest of the book.
Texas Instruments TI-89 Titanium Graphing Calculator
Features advanced 3-D graphing, mathematics & engineering functions, built-in CAS allows to explore & manipulate mathematical expressions in symbolic form, 16 preloaded graphing calculator software apps including EE*Pro, CellSheet & NoteFolio.