## Sunday, May 16, 2021

### TI-NSpire CX II and TI-84 Plus CE: Enhanced Graphing Table

TI-NSpire CX II and TI-84 Plus CE:  Enhanced Graphing Table

Introduction

The program TABLEYX allows the user to enter a function, not only store it for graphing, but also display an analytic table.  Results are stored in lists so they can be used for further analysis.

Both the TI-NSpire CX II (.tns) and TI-84 Plus CE (.8xp) version can be downloaded here.

TI-NSpire CX Version

1.1  The Notes Page

1.2  Calc Page:  run tableyx() here

1.3  Graph Page:  it should update automatically each time tableyx() is run

14.  Table Page:  updates when tableyx() is executed

1.5  Program Listing

Lists:

xlist:  x coordinates

ylist:  y(x)

dislist:  Euclidean distance from (0,0) to (x,y)

arclist:  Arclength of y(x) from 0 to x

derlist:  Derivative at (x,y)

intlist:  Integral of y(x) from 0 to x

Program:

Define tableyx()=

Prgm

:setMode(5,2)

:Request "y(x)? ",y(x)

:Request "Δx? ",dx

:Request "Number of steps? ",n

:seq(i,i,0,dx*n,dx)→xlist

:seq(y(i),i,0,dx*n,dx)→ylist

:seq(∫(y(x),x,0,i),i,0,dx*n,dx)→intlist

:seq(nDerivative(y(x),x=i),i,0,dx*n,dx)→derlist

:seq(approx(arcLen(y(x),x,0,i)),i,0,dx*n,dx)→arclist

:√(xlist^(2)+ylist^(2))→dislist

:Disp "Done.  See the next page for results."

:EndPrgm

TI-84 Plus CE Version

When the program ends:

Press [ graph ] to see the graph.

Press [ stats ], select Edit... to see the lists in a list editing format.

Lists:

L1:  x coordinates

L2:  y(x)

L3:  Euclidean distance from (0,0) to (x,y)

L4:  Derivative at (x,y)

L5:  Integral of y(x) from 0 to x

Program:

Float

Input "Y(X)=",Str1

String>Equ(Str1,Y₁)

Input "CHG X? ",D

Input "NO OF STEPS? ",N

seq(I,I,0,D*N,D)→L₁

seq(Y₁(I),I,0,D*N,D)→L₂

√(L₁²+L₂²)→L₃

seq(nDeriv(Y₁(X),X,I),I,0,D*N,D)→L₄

seq(fnInt(Y₁(X),X,0,I),I,0,D*N,D)→L₅

ClrHome

Disp "RESULTS","L₁: X","L₂: Y","L₃: DIST FROM (0,0)","L₄: D/DX Y(X)","L₅: INTEGRAL FROM X=0","PRESS STAT, EDIT"

Pause

SetUpEditor L₁,L₂,L₃,L₄,L₅

Eddie

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