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Also if you need a TI calculator there's Wabbitemu, it emulates a calculator and it could save you some money if you need it for college
There are already apps that emulate these calculators. You can also get better apps that graph in 3d and everything.
Exhibit A: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu
Exhibit B: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=us.mathlab.android
They are the required calculators for any (at least) graduate levels class in stats.
Like no other calculators can do what the TIs do. And they cost a fucking bomb.
For instance, the Casio Fx 9750GII is similar to the TI 84 and costs $42 on amazon. TI84 costs $106
Better yet, you can get a TI84 emulator on Google Play for free (it has ads on the start up screen but the calculator itself is free of ads).
Har du en androidtelefon finns wabbitemu, som emulerar flera miniräknare inklusive TI-83 och 84. Såklart inte like smidig att använda som en riktig miniräknare men lär duga till ditt användningsområde
You joke, but I do always have a TI-84 and TI-89 in my pocket.
Your phone can emulate graphing calculators.
A TI 84 calculator for your phone. Idk if Apple has it but this is so much useful and cheaper. Sadly you can't use a phone for your calculator for everything but sometimes it's nice
Even better once you're out of school:
Wabbitemu supposedly works as a calculator emulator. I could never get it to run, but... it can automatically download a free, open-source ROM for a TI-83+.
Andie Graph can run said ROM, and works fine. Just make sure you actually close it via the task manager when done to avoid strange errors.
It's not a perfect solution, but when I needed to help my dad with calculating the miter and bevel for crown molding, I knocked it out right there.
I've been using a TI-83 emulator on my phone for 4 years in college https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu&hl=en only needing to borrow a calculator for a test. Runs essentially a clone of the firmware.
The issue I've seen with professors involves cheating on tests.
Wabbitemu is a free texas instruments graphing calculator. It has TI-73, TI-81, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83 Plus, TI-83 Plus Silver Edition, TI-84 Plus, TI-84 Plus Silver Edition, TI-85, and TI-86, all for free.
There won't be anything you need that particular calculator for in Algebra. But you're teacher is only going to show how to do it on a TI-84 and you'll have to look up or otherwise figure out how to do it on your calculator on your own.
On the off chance that they do have something your calculator can't do (I've had a statistics class like that), you could program your calculator to do it. If you've been writing programs on your calculator when you're supposed to be paying attention you'll be fine. If you're having trouble with math and haven't even begun learning to program, it could be a problem.
There's also apps that emulate TI series calculators. Your teacher might not allow you to use a phone, but if they do it could be a cheaper alternative.
No, as far as I know, nobody plays any games on the calculators. I looked into "drug wars", and while I was aware there was basic programming and stuff on the calculators, I didn't know that there were games on it that were fun enough became popular, especially with the limited screen. And you need to download the game onto your calculator, right? Nowadays, not many people have their own calculator, we just use the ones provided in the math classrooms, and after each day they clear the memory from the calculator. When I'm not in school, and I need a graphing calculator, I just emulate one on Wabbitemu
I learned everything I know here
Also if you don't have a calculator this app has the ln ( function.
I don't have a graphing calculator, but I can recommend a temporary solution if you need one temporarily.
If you have an Andriod phone try installing Wabbitemu.
It's a free graphing calculator emulator and it saved me from breaking the bank on a over-priced calculator.
Prolly not going to see this but WabbitEmu let's you emulate Ti-83's and Ti-84's. I've been using it for forever now when doing homework
I assume you need to buy one for tests; For those wanting the functionality of the TI-83 or TI-84 without the cost, try this app. The layout looks just like the TI calculator.
I use wabbiteumu (TI-84 Plus C SE) for my phone (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu). On desktop I use CEmu for the TI-84 Plus CE (https://www.ticalc.org/archives/files/fileinfo/470/47076.html)
Not sure what you mean exactly. But I like WabbitEmu its just a straight up TI84 emulator. The install is pretty smooth I believe.
Or consider using desmos.com in your browser for graphs.
I wanted to share this app for people who want a good calculator on their phone. TI-84 Emulator for Android called Wabbitemu. Been using it for years and absolutely love it.
There is actually an app on the Google play store that emulates a lot of the TI calculators, it's been pretty useful at times. Here
If you're in Android this may help. The graphing calculator I used all through highschool and college emulated right on your phone.
Go the the Play Store and download Wabbitemu; it's a Ti84 graphing calculator app. Extremely useful. I believe there's a desktop version of it as well somewhere. Also, check out desmos online graphing calculator.
If you have an android device you can use Wabbitemu for the first few weeks and decide which calculator works best for you and your classes. It is a free TI emulator.
"Wabbitemu creates a Texas Instruments graphing calculator right on your Android device. Wabbitemu supports the TI-73, TI-81, TI-82, TI-83, TI-83 Plus, TI-83 Plus Silver Edition, TI-84 Plus, TI-84 Plus Silver Edition, TI-85, and TI-86. Fast and convenient, Wabbitemu allows you to always have your trusty calculator with you. Because Wabbitemu is an emulator, the calculator it creates will act exactly like the real thing. "
I actually used WabbitEmu to emulate a TI-84CE Plus for the better part of a semester. Naturally I couldn't use it during tests (which should give you a clue as to why those apps wouldn't ever become the mainstream option, by the way!) and it worked perfectly.
And the main reason I used it was because I refuse to pay $100+ for a calculator I'll only need for a couple of semesters. A friend of mine (who loves math) let me borrow one of her graphing calculators, but I found the colour display on my phone (and emulated calculator) to be extremely helpful when graphing several functions at once.
> probably not hard to create a smartphone app that does everything it could do and far more, and sell that smartphone app for $1.50.
Or you can install a TI calculator emulator for free and get the exact same functionality for nothing.
Me too! Well, it was my second language after Basic on the Apple II, but I taught myself on my study halls and invented games.
And, actually, if you have an Android device, you can download a free fully functional TI 83 Plus or TI 84 Plus. Look for the app Wabbitemu. I have a TI 83 on both my little $30 phone and my tablet, so I almost always have two of them everywhere I go.
WabbitEMU is a free Texas Instruments emulator. I run my TI 86 on my phone with it.
For the lazy
On the topic of free tools, Wabbitemu is a free TI-calculator emulator for both Android phones and Windows.
You can get an app that lets you emulate the TI-series calculators. I use Wabbitemu.
What about a emulator for an android phone? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu
There are several in the play store
There's one called Wabbitemu, it can emulate any of the TI series calculator. I use it as my 89 when the batteries die!
Some nostalgia for Ya'll!
Link for curious
No, you can literally run those calculators on your phone.
You can download Wabbitemu for Android, Windows(didn't see your name until now), and Mac to test it. It is open source but no longer being developed. You can find various ROMs here. I tried my program in Cemu and I don't remember it crashing.
You have to input those key strokes afterwards specifically and if I remember correctly the OS had to be 2.53MP or 2.55MP. They are both more buggy than the previous versions. 2.53MP was so buggy that this guy reverse engineered and patched it. He also did a talk about how the calcs were exploited allowing any OS to be installed. Some time later Benjamin Moody factored the signing keys of one of their calcs which pissed off TI so much that he had to get help from EFF. Soon after the other 512 bit keys were factored as well which are now on various sites like this one.
I think the bug I found was that it overflowed some buffer causing the OS to realize it was no longer in a stable state.
Another interesting bug
Thread my brother found
I've encountered several other bugs as well. The most interesting was when it spontaneously started rapidly printing what I assume was a section of the ROM. Some of it was random but it also printed out the entire character set in order all in a semi matrix style fashion before crashing.
And it's free damn
TI Graphing Calculator Emulator for Android
Also, if anyone cares, there's an Emulator for the Texas graphing calculators (Free.)
It works just like the physical thing.
Je kunt ook Wabbitemu downloaden en je mobiel in een TI-84 veranderen!
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu (G'app stoor)
Just a tip, you can get the same calculator on an app on your phone for free. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu
Then do it
Play Store link
Or you can get a free app that IS a TI-84. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu&hl=en
I'll just leave this here.
Your TI84 will get the job done BTW.
Wabbitemu is definitely the move on android
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Wabbitemu is an app where you can download any TI calc on your phone for free. Saved me during physics. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu&hl=en
Here's an emulator
Or just get Wabbitemu for your smartphone.
Already been done.
High School Math Teacher, here, using Android:
I'm trying out Plickers this year. If anyone has any suggestions / tips, I'd love to hear them!
Currently, I use the following:
Dropbox: Sync all my files from home to school, and back.
Google Suite: We're becoming a Google Apps for Education school this year, so I'll probably use these a little more. Looking into Classroom, Forms for some data collection, and Sheets for tracking student growth (can be shared with principal). I use Google Drive for sharing extra copies of worksheets, and Calendar for updating students / parents of deadlines / events.
Zipgrade It's worth the yearly price for me. I use this for a quick pre-test of a concept. It's nice to give the students 20 minutes, scan, and be able to show them their results. It shows questions that are missed most frequently, so I can focus a little more on that area.
Wabbitemu Emulator for a graphing calculator
Airdroid For being able to text from my computer keyboard, without having to take my phone out of the desk. The principal sometimes sends notifications via text, especially during drills / lockdowns.
Camscanner As mentioned before, it's a nice way to scan, and then I send the files either to E-mail, Dropbox, or Google Drive depending on the use. I use it to keep copies of all PD, electronic copies of all evaluations, and any other documents.
Wolfram Alpha Gives you all be benefits of the pro version (like detailed solutions), for a one time price, instead of a monthly fee.
Hearthstone Because sometimes, during lunch, you just need a break.
I'll add more as I think of them!
literally a replica of a TI-83
Here's a free app that IS a TI-83 Plus.
What exactly are you looking to do?
There's Wabbitemu which allows you to emulate TI graphing calculators (free).
Love that Wabbitemu app
On a related note, you can emulate any TI calculator on Android.
Anyone on Android, check out this app called Wabbitemu. You can get any TI calculator on your phone, for free.
Correct. Here's the link if anyone wants it.
I like wabbitemu. A TI emulator
The TI83 was what got me into programming. It been many years since I've done any coding for it but once in a while I visit https://www.ticalc.org/ and I also always have it on my phone using https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu&hl=en and https://tiroms.weebly.com/
If you have an Android phone, you can download an emulator called wabbitemu. Link - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu
Wabbitemu in the play store. Completely free.
This is a much dumber solution to this problem than yours, but hey: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Revsoft.Wabbitemu&hl=en_US
It's called wrabbitemu I know for sure it's Android, I'm not sure if Apple still has it.
Wabbitemu is a great app for your phone that does this too!
Emulator for Android
Next step: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.yhonda&hl=en
I suggest this one.
and there is one for iphone I believe
My phone can actually run the 83-85 series as if I had the real thing(have 2)
It's called Wabbitemu
How would it be any more illegal than this app is?
The software is decades old. The patents will have expired.
For everyone who wants to use their prefered TI everywhere :
Smaller and comes with internet access!
On Google Play.
There's an app for Android called Wabbitemu that emulates the TI calculators. There's a few different models to choose from so you can pick the one you're used to or upgrade to something newer! Link to Play Store page.
If you have an android phone, the app Wabbitemu is a full emulator.
Obviously you probably won't be able to have your phone out during class, but there are a few decent and free TI-83+ and TI-89 emulators on Google Play. I've used Wabbitemu with great success. Your mileage may vary and technically (according to TI) its illegal to download a ROM (the calculator OS) without owning the hardware.
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