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4434Change-of-Base formula TI 83+ tutorial with audio
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In this tutorial on the Change of Base Formula, I am using the program Camtasia Studio 2 to visually capture the key strokes of a cursor on a virtual TI 83 + calculator and to also record my voice which is explaining the different steps taken. Students can regulate the flow of information in this tutorial as they wish. Furthermore, as suggested by Bill Hemme, my Program Director, I have included a page of Word, next to the calculator, which allows me to display the equations of the functions used, and some of the steps of computations in Math Type. I would like to thank Nancy Doolittle for her technological assistance with this project.Power Point presentation on Parabolas with audio
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This is a Power Point presentation with audio which I have designed for my Pre-Calculus Algebra students to help them better grasp the terminology and concepts of parabolas. In this presentation, students can regulate the flow of information as they wish. I would like to thank Nancy Doolittle for her technological assistance with this project.TI 83 + audio tutorial on exponential and logarithmic functions with base 2
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=83542
In this tutorial on the inverse functions: y = 2 ^ x and y = log base 2 of x, I am using the program Camtasia Studio 2 to visually capture the key strokes of a cursor on a virtual TI 83 + calculator, and to also record the sound of my voice which is explaining the different steps taken. Students can regulate the flow of information in this tutorial as they wish. Furthermore, as suggested by Bill Hemme, my Program Director, I have included a page of Word, next to the calculator, which allows me to display the equations of the functions used, and some of the steps of computations written in Math Type. I would like to thank Nancy Doolittle for her technological assistance with this project.