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    Calculator programmed to show methods?

    Hello there..

    I browsed lightly through the forums before making this thread so I hope I'm not repeating old posts.

    I am looking for a new calculator, have the TI-nspire CAS at the moment and have heard that there are better models out there.
    I've been told that the Voyage 200 can be programmed to show you the methods of what you are calculating step by step. Is it true and can that be applied to basic calculus problems, linear algebra(eigenvectors, gauss-jordan elimination) ect.?
    So what I'm basically looking for is a calculator that can be programmed in such way.

    Any answers and/or references to forums or sites that address this are greatly appreciated!

    Thanks in advance, Jon O.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonOzkar View Post
    Hello there..

    I browsed lightly through the forums before making this thread so I hope I'm not repeating old posts.

    I am looking for a new calculator, have the TI-nspire CAS at the moment and have heard that there are better models out there.
    I've been told that the Voyage 200 can be programmed to show you the methods of what you are calculating step by step. Is it true and can that be applied to basic calculus problems, linear algebra(eigenvectors, gauss-jordan elimination) ect.?
    So what I'm basically looking for is a calculator that can be programmed in such way.

    Any answers and/or references to forums or sites that address this are greatly appreciated!

    Thanks in advance, Jon O.
    Have a look here: Calculus Made Easy for TI-92 and Voyage™ 200 by Texas Instruments -US and Canada

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