#1
So im taking a college final for physics tomorrow do any of you know any good tools with the graphing calc that i could use? Maybe something like doing the equation for me or just formulas in general.
#2
Yeah I got one.

1) Open your book
2) Go to example problems
3) Use the calculator to help you study and actually learn the material
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#3
Aren't graphic calculators banned during exams? They sure were when I was at school/college/uni.
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#4
They are here too. You have to be able to draw and interpret graphs by hand. But I think they use them in the US

and ts, why dont you google your calculator and check its features/functions, or check the information booklet that came with it
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#5
i have Quick Graph on my iphone; it graphs anything in 2d and 3d; otherwise learn your material and study, alike everyone else who has a math exam tmrw
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#6
If they let you use calculators on the exam then I guarantee you that they won't let you use one from your phone. You better invest in a real one if you're going to take more math/physics related classes in the future. Honestly why the hell don't you have one already it's the end of the semester.
EDIT: maybe I should actually read the OP better next time. This is how you make yourself look like a jackass
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#7
Don't you usually get your phone taken away from you during a final? And how are you taking a college math class but don't own a calculator?
#8
What kind of physics? and what calculator? If it's a TI-84 or TI-89 you can always program the formulas in it.
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#9
I have the calculator, i was just wanting quick info like formula's, and if it does the equation awesome! I don't want to have to sit there and derive it to get the formula.

TI-83 plus and general physics 1 is the class.
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#10
Quote by johntomg93
I have the calculator, i was just wanting quick info like formula's, and if it does the equation awesome! I don't want to have to sit there and derive it to get the formula.

TI-83 plus and general physics 1 is the class.


The TI-83 does the equation very awesome
u r gonna ace that physics test dood

edit: I'd check with the faculty exam rules/guidelines and double check you can even have a TI-83 with you. My first year math/phys courses all required the most basic calcs durig exams, and anything else was confiscated
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#11
The only app I ever used throughout college and high school was for the quadratic formula. In fact, most of my teachers endorsed it. Other than that they weren't allowed.
#12
Quote by Bladez22
They are here too. You have to be able to draw and interpret graphs by hand. But I think they use them in the US

and ts, why dont you google your calculator and check its features/functions, or check the information booklet that came with it

Naw I've never been allowed to use a graphing calc in a test where I needed to have formulas/be able to interpret/draw graphs.