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AUTHOR BIO Christopher Mitchell is a teacher, student, and recognized leader in the TI-83+/TI-84+ enthusiast community. You'll find Christopher (aka Kerm Martian) and his community of calculator experts answering questions and sharing advice on his website

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By far the best guide out there on how to use the Ti-84 plus and Ti-83 plus. 28. August 2013
Von jdm4562 - Veröffentlicht auf
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This guide on how to use the Ti-84 plus, is a much improved and much clearer version of the user manual. It covers every mathematical topic from algebra to advanced calculus and goes through just about every aspect of the calculator from graphing to solving advanced mathematical equations, there is even a little bit on how to program the calculator, but there is an other book for that. It also completely covers the ti 84 plus c silver edition in full, which I have. I was a little bit hesitant to buy a book with no reviews, but I am very glad that I had made my purchase. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone with any model of the Ti-84 plus or Ti-83 plus. It is an excellent guide book. If you have any questions leave them in the comments.
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4.6/5: rounds up to 5 2. November 2013
Von Paco - Veröffentlicht auf
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The short story: This is a very good book. It covers an enormous amount of material, and strives (and succeeds well) to support beginning users of the Ti-83/84 (which are awesome machines!). The .epub flows well and look good (I did not look at the .mobi.) Chapters 2-5 are really important. I read these and got what I was looking for. I then read most of the the other chapters. They're just as good. This book is a great value.

The longer story: I am a techie and a parent of algebra students in a school district that "requires" these calculators. I was unfamiliar with the Ti-84 and needed a way to get up to speed quickly. When I was offered a copy of the book, in exchange for a review, I thought. "OK..... perhaps it'll help me get up to speed quickly". It did because Mr. Mitchell has done a great job with managing a lot of material. But, if you are a parent purchasing this book, you should know that the target audience for this book is *beginning users* of math calculators, not unix man pages for the Ti-84.

Here are a few nitpicks

* readability: instructions on data/ formula entry are presented to the reader in narrative form, using graphics of the appropriate keys. I appreciate that this style lends clarity and exactness, but I find it hard to read. I think there are shorter, more compact ways to communicate the required steps but I know that this is my taste and not likely everyone's taste. Considering the target audience... this is admittedly being very nitpicky.

* illustrative but simple examples. I would have liked a few heavier examples, but I suspect book length was an issue. There are plenty of short examples. Good for the s00per-beginner, not helpful for someone a little farther along.

* MathPrint (MP) vs. non-MathPrint. These are extras interleaved in with the content to explain the difference between MP and non-MP; i found these a little distracting. Again, if you're in the target audience you may appreciate the extra effort at clarity. I think section 1.3 is important, but sufficient.

* downloading data is presented very late in the book (Chapter 13). These calculators can interface with laptop computers and download data; this capability isn't described until Chapter 13. If your student is required to process a larger dataset they'll very likely type it in by hand. argh. stop them from doing this. This download capability should be referenced much earlier so students know about it when the need arises. If they are required to purchase the calculator for a class, its a good bet the download capability might save them some time at some point, so it might help them to know that that the capability even exists without having to read the Chapter 13.

Those are my nitpicks. Summarizing the good things.....

This is a very solid, very thorough book with clear explanations of the calculator basics. Chapters are not compact, and are interleaved with short examples. Important, basic material is grouped up front in the first few chapters which make most things (not all) it's easy enough to find (the epub is excellent, and the detailed TOC is nice). Coverage of algebra/precalculus curriculum appears complete (or nearly so) to me, with considerable effort to make things clear. My favorite chapters were chapters 3,4, and 5 because they gave me a good general understanding that freed me from... the book. The book ends giving you a taste of the possibilities... introducing programming and interfacing with computers in Chapters 11 and 13, respectively; this is great stuff and if you want more, I suspect the *other* Ti-84 book digs into that in depth... here, you just get a whiff, which is probably the right thing to do.

very thorough. 4.6/5 stars. round up.
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Useful Supplement 1. Juni 2014
Von technicraft - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book helped my daughter and two of her schoolmates learn how to do graphing and statistical analysis on the TI-84 Plus. It's a shame that TI only includes a small booklet that covers the new aspects of this calculator. For any other information, they refer you to the TI-83 manual, as if to assume that you already owned that manual. This book was very helpful.
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A definite dummies guide to all things Ti-84+ 27. Februar 2014
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Christopher Mitchell has written a superb book covering from basics to information that a Calculus student would need. A definite guide to understanding the homescreen for mathmatical equations to the graph screen, matrices and much more. I wish I had this book in 8th grade when I tried graphing a sierpinski triangle with no knowledge other than basic math. This guide has information for all ranges of math classes, from algebra to calculus and is very handy for when you can't remember how to graph and take the integral or other functions.
I enjoy the step by step process prefixed with pictures of the calculator screen so you know exactly what you are doing.
Great book, and great writing style.
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Extremely Useful 16. Dezember 2013
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Full disclosure: I served in the publication process for this book, however, I do not profit from its sale.

I genuinely think that this is an outstanding book and could easily be used as a standard companion book for math courses of virtually all levels. The book itself serves to basically introduce the reader to the "how" of using their calculator to tackle all of the potential math problems and work that they will encounter in any educational setting. These are often bolstered with examples and demonstrations, and I think that the information is presented in such a way as to really help people learn how to do just about anything that they would want to do with their TI calculators.

I think that for parents or teachers who want to make sure that their kids and students are well prepared for learning math, from the simplest concepts through advanced college math, this book is basically a "must have". It is a wonderful reference tool that can get you or your kid through years of education.
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