Feb 172013
This is a test

For those of you out there taking calculus I developed a simple little application to display the Basic Differentiation Rules for Calculus that are pretty much used throughout the course and after as well. It’s a pretty small program and I will expand it later on but in the mean time I have designed it just to go through a few pages and display the common rules that will be needed on the graphing system so that not only is it fast but it also only takes up 3 screens at this time. Later on I’ll have to divide them up into menus as I expand it though.

Enjoy and make good use of it in the mean time.

App installs as DervDisp (I wanted DerivDisp but TI-84 plus calcs only allow for 8 characters for naming. I will probably rename it again as I come up with something better. Might just call it DERIVATV and setup a different app called INTEGRAL but we shall see.

Screen shots from the app:



Here is a link to the app:
DERIVATIVES-displayer.8xp (program lists as DSPDERIV aka Display Derivatives)
Updated: 2013-02-20T0115
Updated: 2013-02-19T0312
Updated: 2013-02-18T0422

I’m well open to suggestions on programming and cleaning things up. If you have any suggestions just hit up my contact page or leave a comment on this page. Enjoy.