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I need a slope field program for Calculus AB. My classmates have TI's and the program my teacher has will not transfer onto mine. If there is a download for a program, or manual instructions for a "Slope Field 2" program, that would be great.
There are many programs on the web. Here is a link to one of them. I do not know if it satisfies your needs.
SLOPE FIELD Casio 9800
You will have to type it in.. For other choices, I suggest you launch a Google search and follow some of the links.
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Linear regression
I already answered a Q like this - you can't do 2 variable statistics on the TI-30XA, it only does one variable statistic.
To do 2 variable stat like linear regression, you need the TI-36X or TI-30X IIS, or comparable HP, casio etc
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
OS updates for the Casio Graphing Calculatorss are now available. This will enable the GCs to compute the Reduced Row Echelon Form (RREF) of matrices and thus enable you to solve systems of linear equations quickly, no matter the number of unknowns / equations. They will now also be able to tell whether or not a system has no solutions or infinitely many solutions from the RREF of the augmented matrix. Try updating your calculator OS from edu.casio.com.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
SOURCE: how to find slope with
Assuming your two point coordinates are of the form (x1, y1) and (x2, y2).
There are two possible methods:
You can use the slope formula which is commonly known as "rise over run." To do this: slope = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) This means that the vertical distance covered by the two points divided by the horizontal distance covered by the two points is equal to the slope.
You can use your calculator's linear regression capabilities:
First step: Press the STAT button (next to the arrow keys toward the top right of your calculator).
Second: Select the first option, Edit...
Third: Under L1, enter your first x value, press enter, enter your second x value, press enter again.
Fourth: Under L2, enter your first y value, press enter, enter your second y value, press enter again.
Fifth: Press the STAT button again. Press the right arrow button to highlight CALC.
Sixth: Select the fourth option LinReg(ax+b).
Seventh: Press 2ND then 1 (L1 should show up on your screen). Then press the comma button (right above the number 7). Press 2ND then 2 (L2 should show up on your screen). Press ENTER.
Eighth: Once you press ENTER, several values will appear. The a value is the slope of the two coordinates.
Posted on Mar 03, 2011
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