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Post by Ani on Fri Jun 20, 2008 8:21 pm

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NOTICE: I now have some doubts about whether calc. programs are allowed, I'll ask Mrs. Ward once school begins!

EDIT:I added in the list of programs w/ the author, if you make a program, plz post the function and your name so I can post it. Meet the author to get the program.

Hello Again,
During Summer School, I met Steven Wan from Seven Lakes,
He enlightened me about using calculator programs on GM tests,
Since Clements and Seven Lakes use it, why can't we?
as a result, I have made a variety of programs ranging from using the Law of Cosines to finding Coefficients after binomial expansion.
Programs like these could also be used to identify "happy" and "abundant" numbers and other useful purposes
Anyways, see me and bring a link cable for a copy of the programs I have made, they're not much, but they shave off time.
Hope you're having a great summer.
Ani

List w/ Author


Area of triangle using sides and one angle - Ani
Coefficients of Binomial Expansion - Ani
Combinations - Ani
Law of Cosines - Ani
Equilateral triangle's area - Ani
Heron's Formula - Ani
Permutations - Ani
Quadratic Solver - Ani
Rotation of Conic Sections - Ani
Radians-Degrees - Ani
Degrees-Radians - Ani
Circla inscribed in Triangle - Ani
Number Determinator - Ani
Distance b/w 2 lines - Ani
Some other programs I forgot function of rabbit
Distance between Point and Line -Michael

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Re: Calculator Programs

Post by Michael on Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:07 pm

if you have the TI user manual, you should be able to learn how to make loops Smile

while is pretty easy, for...i forget the syntax...

you have to put End at the end of the loop

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Post by Ani on Mon Jun 23, 2008 8:06 pm

Thx a bunch:)))
If you have some time Michael, plz consider making some programs too.
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Post by Michael on Mon Jun 23, 2008 9:08 pm

any ideas for what I could make? nothing too complex, though, im not that good with ti basic Smile

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Post by Ani on Wed Jun 25, 2008 7:29 am

Happy/abundant/lucky number identifier would be good, shortest distance between point and line would be great too, it always takes me forever to do those questions Very Happy . I'm actually done with most of the programs I need.

A list with author is posted on the main page, plz post any programs you have made. If you make any progs, plz post the name so I can add it. Meet the author of the program to get it.

If you have any new ideas, plz post them
All the progs are very simple, only prompt, then formula, then disp.
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Post by Michael on Thu Jun 26, 2008 10:49 pm

Java_illiterate1337 wrote:shortest distance between point and line would be great too
Polynomial, or line (y=mx+b)? simple line is easy, polynomial is quite a bit harder...
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Post by Ani on Fri Jun 27, 2008 5:31 pm

The mx+b line
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Post by Michael on Sat Jun 28, 2008 2:03 pm

k ill write it, pm you code

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Post by Ani on Wed Jul 30, 2008 10:16 pm

Yay, Seven Lakes just gave me all their programs:)
including the coveted lucky/abundant/whatever determiner
And by the way I interpreted the rules for calculator in General Math, I don't seem to think it bars calculator programs. I'll still ask Mrs. Ward though.
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Post by Michael on Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:09 pm

Java_illiterate1337 wrote:And by the way I interpreted the rules for calculator in General Math, I don't seem to think it bars calculator programs. I'll still ask Mrs. Ward though.
In middle school Calculator (no calculators allowed in middle school General Math) you were required to wipe the calculator's memory before the contest to remove programs. You'll want to make absolute sure we can use these...don't want to get DQed in contests lol.
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Post by Nameless on Mon Sep 01, 2008 11:48 am

Whoa im really late lol. By the way, I recently have obtained a copy of "First Step for Math Olympians". I think you guys have a good idea for a project. Keep me posted about the status.
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Post by Ani on Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:15 pm

Everyone make programs ASAP which we might need, or work on some way to program an organizer in Mirage OS
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Post by Nameless on Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:40 pm

Meh you guys work on it. I have mucho homework and mucho homework for the homework which i previously alluded
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Post by Michael on Thu Sep 04, 2008 8:26 pm

Ani wrote:Everyone make programs ASAP which we might need, or work on some way to program an organizer in Mirage OS
Uh...I know you got programs from 7Lakes...which ones do we still need?

Also, I can make a hidden forum to post the code, so only members given access can get the code? Makes it easier than having to meet the author.
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Post by Nameless on Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:05 pm

Michael wrote:
Ani wrote:Everyone make programs ASAP which we might need, or work on some way to program an organizer in Mirage OS
Uh...I know you got programs from 7Lakes...which ones do we still need?

Also, I can make a hidden forum to post the code, so only members given access can get the code? Makes it easier than having to meet the author.

Ooh good idea
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