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First steps with TI-Nspire CX
Seven introductory tutorials to take new users through many key features ofTI-Nspire™ maths and science learning technology.
Publisher: Texas Instruments UK
Topic: Mathematics, STEM
Mathematics in Motion
Modelling things in motion – with some smart TI-Nspire mathematical tools
Author: Linda Tetlow, Ian Galloway, Adrian Oldknow
Tags: Modelling, Data, Calculus, Velocity
Different mathematical approaches used by computer programmers to create and manipulate images
Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science
Using Real World Data
Curriculum opportunities in both mathematics and science and also to cross-curricular dimensions: healthy lifestyles; global dimension and sustainable development; technology and the media;…
Capturing Data: Modelling and Interpretation
Reallife contexts, curriculum opportunities and cross-curricular dimensions
Data from 50 cities around the world - all ready to be explored and analysed
Editor: Barrie Galpin
Tags: Decimals, Data, Differentiation
Turn, turn, turn, turn
UPDATED. Four rotations of 90° and you get back to where you started .... always?
Time of Death
Collect temperature data and use an exponential model to estimate time of death.
Author: Ian Galloway
Investigate data from weather stations including wind speeds in different units
Author: Linda Tetlow
Tags: Environment, Exponential, Measures, STEM
GB Olympic Medals
UPDATED. How many Olympic medals will Team GB win in Rio 2016?
Tags: Data, Sport
You have been left one million pounds! How to spend or invest it over 50 years?
Author: Allan Duncan
Tags: Interest, Tables, Modelling
Four problem-solving activities on the theme of track cycling.
Author: Jonathan Powell
Tags: Data, Tables, Sport, Geometry
STEM calculator guide
A guide to using the handheld to perform calculations typically done in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. (Revised for v3.2.)
Tags: STEM, Standard form, Notation
Innovative way to explore fraction concepts, particularly equivalence and addition.
Author: Jay Timotheus
Tags: Fractions, Similarity, Geometry
High ground, low ground
What is the quickest route from Start to Finish across two types of ground where different speeds are possible?
Author: David J C Elgin
Tags: Pythagoras, Velocity, Time
TI-Nspire for GCSE and IGCSE
Use your Nspire, effectively, to pick up extra marks in your GCSE or IGCSE exam.
Author: David Getling
Tags: Exponential, Linear, Frequency, Simultaneous equations, Fractions, Averages, Tables, Leaf diagram, Range, Mode, Mean, Box plots, Interest, Factorising, Cumulative frequency, Quartiles and interquartile range, Solving equations, Quadratic, Inequalities, Data, Median, Arithmetic
Moving from Degrees to Radians
Measuring angles using degrees and radians (both decimals and fractions of π).
Author: Nevil Hopley
Tags: Fractions, Decimals, Angles, History of maths, Trigonometry
Volumes of Revolution
Rotate a curve about the x-axis and explore the volume of the shape generated.
Author: Andy Kemp
The Sine Rule
Investigate ratios in triangles that are not right-angled
Tags: Trigonometry, Sine
Shoe Sizes with Box Plots
Introducing boxplots and using them to compare very large data sets.
Tags: Data, Box plots, Time series