Question about Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

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F'(x)=x

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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Wow thanks! Yeah, my calculator started doing this -oo (infinity) thing when I typed in an integral. Don't know what I did to set it up (or upset it, as it were) so yeah, the NewProb set me back on course. Thanks!

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

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Dude thanks for that. I was about to smash my calculator.

Posted on Sep 25, 2007

On the home screen, go to F6 ([2nd] [F1]) and then press [2] (NewProb). It should fix the problem.

Posted on Apr 24, 2007

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

To calculate the arc length of a curve **you need the derivatives as functions of a variable **not the derivatives at one point. If I were you I would read the manual for more complete information. Maybe if you wrote a program that does that.

Mar 24, 2014 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

This calculator doesn't have the ability to evaluate derivatives, as some more advanced (and expensive) calculators do.

Jun 09, 2013 | Texas Instruments 30XSMV/TBL TI-30XS...

You cannot find it because this calculator model does not have a button to evaluate derivatives of functions.

Jun 09, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

You're probably trying to graph a function that does not involve stat plot features. You can correct this by turning off the stat plot features. Press "2ND" "STAT PLOT" and then select 4:PlotsOff.

Feb 14, 2012 | Texas Instruments Office Equipment &...

I am not sure I understand what you want, but if I am guessing right, you need to calculate formulas for derivatives, where the name of some variable appears eg= d(x^2)/dx = 2 x.

Sorry, the calculator does not have a CAS, you cannot perform symbolic calculations regardless of the subject (derivatives, integrals, sums of series, factoring polynomials, expanding polynomial products, polynomial division, etc.)

Sorry, the calculator does not have a CAS, you cannot perform symbolic calculations regardless of the subject (derivatives, integrals, sums of series, factoring polynomials, expanding polynomial products, polynomial division, etc.)

Feb 08, 2012 | Casio FX-9860G Graphic Calculator

If those are the partial derivatives, then the stationary point should be (0,0). Because if you set the partial derivatives to zero and solve for x and y then the only solutions are x=0 and y=0.

Feb 10, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Hello,

I am sorry to disappoint you, the nDeriv ( function can only calculate numerical derivatives of an expression at a point. The dy/dx can do the same thing (calculate the first derivative) at one point on a displayed graph. It can be activated for graphs by pressing TRACE, then [2nd][CALC][6:dy/dx]. If you need the derivative at more than one point you have to press [2nd][CAL] [6:dy/dx] again.

What I said above concerns the native abilities of the calculator. There may be applications you can install to allow computation of 2nd derivatives. look for them on the TI site, or the archive section of ticalc.org. Try deriv

Hope it helps.

I am sorry to disappoint you, the nDeriv ( function can only calculate numerical derivatives of an expression at a point. The dy/dx can do the same thing (calculate the first derivative) at one point on a displayed graph. It can be activated for graphs by pressing TRACE, then [2nd][CALC][6:dy/dx]. If you need the derivative at more than one point you have to press [2nd][CAL] [6:dy/dx] again.

What I said above concerns the native abilities of the calculator. There may be applications you can install to allow computation of 2nd derivatives. look for them on the TI site, or the archive section of ticalc.org. Try deriv

Hope it helps.

Nov 05, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

hello,

The calculator will calculate the derivative at a point. It will not give you the formula for the derivative, just the derivative at the point you choose.

Sorry, it can ONLY do NUMERICAL differentiations and integrations.

The calculator will calculate the derivative at a point. It will not give you the formula for the derivative, just the derivative at the point you choose.

Sorry, it can ONLY do NUMERICAL differentiations and integrations.

Oct 21, 2009 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Hello,

Let us start wih the derivatives. To obtain the values of derivatives at points on a graph, you must set** Derivative to ON**

Press [AC/On] to trun calculator on. If you do not see the icons press [MENU], with arrows select [RUN] and press[EXE] . The screen clears.

Press [SHIFT][SETUP ] . The first few options must be set as follows

Mode : : Comp

Function Type : Y=

Draw Type : PLot

**Derivative : ON This is the one to make derivatives visible**

Angle : Rad unles you have to use degrees.

Coord : on if you want the x,y coordinates to be displayed

Grid : Off

Axes : ON to display x and y axes

Press [EXE] to save options. You are taken to [Run] screen.

Press [Menu] Play with arrows to select [GRAPH] and press [EXE]

You see a list Y1=, Y2= and so on

On the line Y1=, enter [SIN] [X,Theta, T] .

If function is complicated you may have to enter parentheses sin(X). When you finish to enter the functions you want to draw, hit [F6:Draw]

The graphs are displayed.

Press [F1:Trace] The trace function allows you to move cursor along the curve, while it displays the coordinates of the cursor. And since you set Derivative to ON, the trace displays also the value of the derivative of the curve at the position of the cursor.

There are other intersting tools, under [Sketch] and [G-solve ] such as minimum, maximum, tangente, inverse of the function drawn, integral under the curve, intercepts with the coordinates axes, etc. I will not spoil your fun by giving you the plot of the movie.

Hope it helps.

Let us start wih the derivatives. To obtain the values of derivatives at points on a graph, you must set

Press [AC/On] to trun calculator on. If you do not see the icons press [MENU], with arrows select [RUN] and press[EXE] . The screen clears.

Press [SHIFT][SETUP ] . The first few options must be set as follows

Mode : : Comp

Function Type : Y=

Draw Type : PLot

Angle : Rad unles you have to use degrees.

Coord : on if you want the x,y coordinates to be displayed

Grid : Off

Axes : ON to display x and y axes

Press [EXE] to save options. You are taken to [Run] screen.

Press [Menu] Play with arrows to select [GRAPH] and press [EXE]

You see a list Y1=, Y2= and so on

On the line Y1=, enter [SIN] [X,Theta, T] .

If function is complicated you may have to enter parentheses sin(X). When you finish to enter the functions you want to draw, hit [F6:Draw]

The graphs are displayed.

Press [F1:Trace] The trace function allows you to move cursor along the curve, while it displays the coordinates of the cursor. And since you set Derivative to ON, the trace displays also the value of the derivative of the curve at the position of the cursor.

There are other intersting tools, under [Sketch] and [G-solve ] such as minimum, maximum, tangente, inverse of the function drawn, integral under the curve, intercepts with the coordinates axes, etc. I will not spoil your fun by giving you the plot of the movie.

Hope it helps.

Mar 27, 2009 | Casio CFX-9850G Plus Calculator

well, the TI-84 does not do derivatives, however, the TI-89 does, if you are willing to fork over the $150 for it. It is definitely worth it if you are planning on taking Calculus BC and/or SAT II for Math Level 2.

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