Integrals are a tough part of any mathematics curriculum. One of the defining pillars of Calculus, integration is key to understanding how infinitesimal data work in describing displacement, area, or volume. All of this isn’t easy work and to accomplish this without a calculator can be tough. It’s not impossible, of course, but any integration calculator can help you solve equations faster, and without the legwork that normally is needed. The basis of integrals is assigning numbers to functions that can provide deeper information on said data. What better tool … [Read more...]

## How to Use an Absolute Value Calculator

If you’ve ever taken an algebraic math class, which is most of the ones you’ll find in high school. You know about this vertical line-based sign. It’s an interesting expression. One that defines a value for a number called magnitude, without respecting its sign. This means that negative numbers are ignored, as an absolute value is only found within positive numbers. No negative numbers are allowed. Of course, with any calculations problems can become more or less challenging. Are often require more powerful technology to help you solve them. The most common aid … [Read more...]

## The Challenge – Program a Robot with a Calculator

Robotics is a field that is growing exponentially world-wide. Just take a look at the robot-controlled home vacuums, lawn mowers, and a growing number of home applications for robots. What was once the domain of industry is now making great strides in the consumer market. Programming and controlling robot-driven devices are becoming more sophisticated, yet can be accomplished through the use of less-expensive and readily-available technology. Just ask the students enrolled in the pre-Advanced Placement Computer Science program at San Antonio’s Reagan High … [Read more...]