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Slideshows
Step by Step - Integration
Step by Step - Differentiation
Step by Step - Limits (L'Hopital Rule)
Step by Step - Differential Equations
Step by Step - Implicit Differentiation
Step by Step - Polar Equations
Hydrostatic Force
Center of Mass
Radius of Gyration
Moment of Inertia
Calculus with Physics Applications
Runs on TI-Nspire CX CAS only. It does not run on computers!
TI-Nspire CX CAS
App Purchase
Description
Calculus with Physics Application contains the same modules as Calculus Made Easy (except for analytic and differential geometry and vector calculus) and also contains stepwise solutions to calculus topics such as work, hydrostatic force, mass of center, fluid force, moments of inertia, moments of mass of solid, radius of gyration, heat transfer, work, hydrostatic force applications, and more.
FUNCTIONALITY & MENU ITEMS OF APP
PHYSICS APPS
Center of Mass (2D)
1. Moment of Mass about x and y-axis
Mass of Lamina - f(x)
Mass of Lamina - f(y)
Radius of Gyration (x-axis)
Radius of Gyration (y-axis)
1. & 2. & 3. Moment of Inertia about x-axis
1. & 2. & 3. Moment of Inertia about y-axis
3 Moments of Inertia of a Solid
Mass of a Solid
Moments of Mass of Solid (3D)
Center of Mass of Solid (3D)
Heat Transfer
Hydrostatic Force
Work= Integral of Force
Fluid Force
FUNCTIONS
READ: Linear Functions
Find Slope
Find y=mx+b
All-in-one-Function Explorer
Evaluate Function
Find Domain of f(x)
Find Range of f(x)
Intersection of 2 Functions
Composition of 2 Functions f(g(x))
Do the Quadratic Equation
Complete the Square
Find [f(x+h)-f(x)]/h
Find Inverse function
READ: Interval Notation
Newton Method
READ: Intermediate Value Theorem
LIMITS
READ: Limit Rules
L'Hopital Rule 0/0 or 8/8
Compute 1- and 2-sided Limits
Continuity of piecewise-defined function
READ: Definition of 2-Sided Limit & Continuity
READ: Definition of Continuity
DERIVATIVES
Find [f(x+h)-f(x)]/h
Average Rate of Change
Find f'(x)=lim [f(x+h)-f(x)]/h as h->8
Instantaneous Rate of Change
Evaluate Derivatives; Tangent- & Normalline
Find Point Slope & y=mx+b given Pt & Slope
READ: Differentiation Rules
Step by Step Differentation
Higher Derivatives with Evaluation
Critical Points
Points of Inflection & Concavity
Mean Value Theorem
Rolle's Theorem
Implicit Differentiation
Slope of Inverse Function
All in one Rate Explorer
Differentiability of piecewise-defined function
Absolute and Percent Change
Differentials
APPS: Max Volume of Folded Box
APPS: Min Distance Point to Function f(x)
APPS: Related Rates Find dy/dt
INTEGRALS
READ: Integration Rules
Step by Step Integration
Find Antiderivative & Constant of Integration: INTf(x)dx + C