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Teachers teach using Calculus Made Easy

> I have used Calc Made Easy for several years as a calculus teacher. > I have experimented with other Apps on tablets and computers but I always find my self coming back to CME. > I think it is because it is easy to use and it covers so many different calculus topics. >… (read more)

Calculus made easy was a life saver

Attention! Comprehensive Review on doing Integrals, Volume, Work, Series & ConvergenceTests using Calculus Made Easy

My name is Tex, and I had this wonderful app for my Calculus 2 class. If you’re in that class and want to know more about what this app can do, keep reading. Calculus 2 is broken up into three main categories: Integrals, Volume/Work related problems, and Summations. For Integrals, this app is unlike any… (read more)

Glowing Calculus Made Easy Review

“I bought the calculus app for the ti-89 and ever since then, using it made calculus 1 and 2 VERY easy for my homework, assignments, projects, quizzes, and exams. If there was any problems on trying to enter the solution on the calculator, they have a GREAT tech support waiting and most certainly willing to… (read more)

Evaluate Line Integral using Calculus Made Easy

How to Evaluate the following line integral, where C is the given curve. C y3ds, C: x = t3, y = t, 0 ≤ t ≤ 3 please follow this straightforward approach: 1) Select Vector Calculus under F6 2) F2 2 Line Integral and enter f=y^3 as integrand variables [x,y] Now lets enter the path… (read more)

Customer review of Calculus Made Easy

Calculus Made Easy is awesome, im taking Calc 1 right now and it helps a lot with derivatives and how to do it step by step! Makes it clearer how to use differentiation rules to obtain the right answers! Its also great that it does not just one, but a couple of laws and rules… (read more)

How to solve Green’s Theorem on the Ti89

How do I solve belows Greens Theorem problem using Calculus Made Easy on the TI89 ? F · dr. C F(x, y) = y − cos y, x sin y , C is the circle (x − 6)2 + (y + 2)2 = 16 oriented clockwise ANSWER: Please do this: select F6 Vector Calculus ,… (read more)

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Lhopital question solved

When finding the limit using the step by step Lhopital solver in Calculus Made Easy of (1/(x-1)) – (1/(ln(x)) as x approaches 1+ We suggest to first find the common denominator to avoid the difference. Rewrite it as (ln(x)-x+1)/(ln(x)*(x-1)) and enter as such in the Lhopital solver and you will get the correct solution of… (read more)

Watch John do his Calculus Homework Step by Step on the TI89

Watch John do his Calculus Homework Step by Step on the TI89: He does Limits, Derivatives, Integrals and Differential Equations in a few minutes , Step by Step Here :