Introductory Handbook
for the TI-89 Titanium
Note:
This handbook will, for the most part, work for the standard TI-89 as well.
The color-coding used on the TI-89 differs from the color-coding used on the TI-89 Titanium and
the TI-89 Titanium has some add
Activity 1.2.3 Binary Numbers and Conversion
Introduction
Have you ever wondered why we use the base-ten, or decimal, number system? Of course,
we have ten fingers. However, the decimal number system that works so well for us is
completely incompatible wi
1.2.3.AK Binary Numbers and Conversion
Introduction
Have you ever wondered why we use the base-ten, or decimal, number system? Of course,
we have ten fingers. However, the decimal number system that works so well for us is
completely incompatible with dig
Activity 1.2.1 Introduction to Combinational Logic
Design: Seatbelt Circuit
Introduction
Combinational and sequential logic are the fundamental building blocks of digital electronics.
Combinational logic, which is sometimes referred to as "combinatorial l
Activity 1.2.2 Analog and Digital Signals
Introduction
Even though this is a course in digital electronics, it is important to understand that the world
around us is analog. Virtually everything that can be designed with digital electronics is used
to eit
Activity 1.2.4 Introduction to Sequential Logic Design: Counters (DMS)
Introduction
Along with combinational logic, sequential logic is a fundamental building block of digital electronics.
The output values of sequential logic depend not only on the curre
Unit 4 Graphs of Trigonometric Functions - Classwork
For each of the angles below, calculate the values of sin x and cos x (2 decimal places) on the chart and graph
the points on the graph below.
x
y = sin x
y = cos x
0o
30o
45o
60o
90o
120o
135o
150o
180
Unit 3 Right Triangle Trigonometry - Classwork
We have spent time learning the definitions of trig functions and finding the trig functions of both quadrant and
special angles. But what about other angles? To understand how to do this, and more importantl
Unit 1 - Radian and Degree Measure Classwork
Definitions to know:
Trigonometry triangle measurement
Angle: rotating a ray about its endpoint
Initial side, terminal side - starting and ending
Position of the ray
Vertex endpoint of the ray
Standard position
Unit 2 - The Trigonometric Functions - Classwork
Given a right triangle with one of the angles named " , and the sides of the triangle relative to " named
opposite, adjacent, and hypotenuse (picture on the left) , we define the 6 trig functions to be:
The
Favorite Algebra 2 Topic is
Conics
Why is it your favorite topic?
Learning conics is awesome! I really enjoy that
this topic allows me to be creative in numerous
ways to find a solution. I also enjoy because it is
a very visual concept.
Description
A coni
Slope
Formula
The slope of
a line is the
ratio of the
vertical
change (the
rise) to the
horizontal
line (the
run)between
any two
points on
the line.
The slope
can also
stand for m.
The slope m
of the line
passing
through the
two points
(X1, Y1) and
(X2, Y
SLOPE FORMULA
Slope
The slope of a line is the ratio of the
vertical change (the rise) to the
horizontal line (the run)between any
two points on the line.
The slope can also stand for m
The Formula
The slope m of the line passing through
the two points (X
Dont be a fool by fear.
You must know BEARINGS to be mine dear.
Learn to be RADIAN. Go to school.
Dont just sit around and drool.
Basic math is not enough.
You must know cos^2+sin^2 to be the one.
If you dont know geometry,
Then you are just PURE IMAGINAR
Name:_
Trig Intro Worksheet #1
A. Sketch each angle, showing the direction of rotation and state the reference angle.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
135o
6.
5
3
7.
60o
8.
2
3
9.
0.56 radians
10.
5
6
5
4
2.3radians
11
4
23
6
B. Convert each angle into radian measure.
11.