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Visual Mathematics, Illustrated by the TI-92 and the TI-89

  • George C. Dorner
  • Jean Michel Ferrard
  • Henri Lemberg

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. George C. D, Jean Michel F, Henri L
    Pages 1-39
  3. George C. D, Jean Michel F, Henri L
    Pages 41-109
  4. George C. D, Jean Michel F, Henri L
    Pages 111-158
  5. George C. D, Jean Michel F, Henri L
    Pages 159-219
  6. George C. D, Jean Michel F, Henri L
    Pages 221-303
  7. George C. D, Jean Michel F, Henri L
    Pages 305-419
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 421-450

About this book

Introduction

The aim of this book is to present basic and advanced mathematical concepts using the graphical and traditional calculator, the TI 92 and the TI 89. These mathematical concepts are commonly taught at some stage of the first three years of college curricula; Analysis (approximations, convergence, differential equations, etc.) Linear Algebra (orthogonality, reduction, etc.). The idea behind this book is totally original and will teach the reader not only all the necessary theorems and examples, but illustrations of the calculator screens and the programs (short versions) will allow the reader to visualize these new concepts directly from the book, or on the calculator, leading to a better understanding through "seeing" and "touching" the mathematical lesson being taught.

Keywords

Calc Mathematica Visual Mathematics algebra applied linear algebra approximation approximation and interpolation boundary element method convergence differential equation equation functional analysis graphical calculators interpolation theorem

Authors and affiliations

  • George C. Dorner
    • 1
  • Jean Michel Ferrard
    • 2
  • Henri Lemberg
    • 3
  1. 1.William Rainey Harper CollegePalatineUSA
  2. 2.Lycée Jean PerrinLyonFrance
  3. 3.Collège StanislasParisFrance

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