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Topic: a table program for the TI-85
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Sonya Kelsick

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a table program for the TI-85
Posted: Nov 7, 1997 7:11 PM
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To all AP Calculus teachers:

I have just started using the Ostebee-Zorn book this year for Calculus AB.
Many of my students own a TI-85 with some sort of program that will do
basic tables. However, in our text, they often ask students to find limits
of functions that are undefined at some value and difficult to analyze by
just looking at the graph. The 82's and 83's table feature allows a much
better picture of what is happening on either side of a given point. Does
anyone know of a table program that will print "Error" or deal with
undefined values on the TI-85? Thanks.

Sonya




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