An introduction to the HP Prime A no-nonsense guide to HP's flagship calculator, the HP Prime. It gives you step by step instructions for getting to know the HP Prime. Each lesson is a guide that introduces one concept. Many key concepts are covered. The guide assumes no prior knowledge of the HP Prime and introduces the use of the HP Prime in general and using functions. The table of contents can be used as a guide to the HP Prime commands and its operation. As well it includes a general introduction to the HP Prime, menus, screens, applications, plotting, CAS, numerical functions and variables are included. Table of contents: General use and navigation: The home screen The Apps Screen The Symb Screen The Plot screen The Num screen The CAS Screen The Vars menu Applications and functions: (With worked examples showing the calculators operation, E.g. Plotting, variables and evaluations ect.) Entering functions Linear functions Linear explorer Graphing power functions Graphing rational functions Graphing exponential functions Graphing logarithmic functions Graphing sine functions Evaluating a function graphically Evaluating a function Defining functions Using the function definition Using the Num Screen to tabulate Adding two functions Subtracting two functions Multiplying two functions Dividing two functions Composition of functions Translations of functions Reflection of functions Dilation of functions Quadratic functions The quadratic explorer Finding maxima and minima Solving a quadratic Calculating a polynomial from its roots Calculating a polynomial using its coefficients Evaluating a formula Finding the points of intersection of two graphs Finding the slope of a curve Finding the slope of a curve graphically Finding the area enclosed by a curve Finding the tangent of a curve How to find the inverse of a function Plotting a piecewise function Calculating the derivative of a function Calculating the integral of a function Expanding a quadraticEach lesson is a guide that introduces one concept. Many key concepts are covered. The guide assumes no prior knowledge of the HP Prime and introduces the use of the HP Prime in general and using functions.

Title | : | Functions on the HP Prime |

Author | : | Michael Carey |

Publisher | : | Michael Carey - 2015-01-30 |

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