Question about SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework Solver (689076614429)
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You have a few choices of so called emulators.
Emu48, an emulator for the HP48G/GX calculators is available at hpcalc.org. But if you do not know RPN Reverse Polish Notation you will suffer a bit.
Virtual TI version2.5 emulates the TI83, but you will need the ROM of a real TI83 calculator.You will find it at TICalc.org under emulators. There are ROMs available on the Internet but you will have to look for them.You can also find someone who owns a TI83Plus and ask to download the rom from thr calculator. Procedure is described on Ticalc.org
TIEmu emulates the TI89, TI92/92PLUS, and the TI Voyahe 200 PLT. It is available for Windows and Linux. For those calculators you can go to education.ti.com and download the OS and drag and drop them on the TI Emu main window.
If you want to do symbolic algebra use the TiEmu.
Hope it helps
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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I guess I misunderstood your question. You cannot just decide to put your favorite algebra solving problem in an arbitrary calculator. Most programmable calculators have a proprietary programming language. If you want to put the program in, say, a TI 89Platinum, it has to be designed specifically for it: it takes into account the calculator's memory limitations, it uses a language the calculator understands. Why not shop for a calculator that can solve the kind of problems you deal with, either natively or with additional programs. You may even try to learn the language of the calculator and port your favorite algebra solving problem to the calculator you decided to buy. Potential calculators: Casio ClassPad 300PlUS ClassPad 330, HP49G+/50G, TI89Platinum/TI Voyage 200PLT, TI'Nspire CAS. All of these have an Computer Algebraic System (CAS) that can handle symbolic calculations.
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