TI-89 Calculator Tutorials (Texas Instruments 89, TI Titanium 89, TI Calculator 89)
The TI-89 Calculator is one of the most versatile graphing calculators that a student may use. The Texas Instruments 89 calculator excels in Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Differential Equations computations and has numerous functions to help the student calculate answers quickly and easily.
The TI Titanium 89 Calculator video series below will teach you how to use your TI calculator 89 with step by step example problems. You may view the videos online below, with new video lessons being posted periodically to the member's area of MathTutorDVD.com.
Section 1: Overview of the TI-89 Calculator
Section 2: The Mode Menu (TI-89) Learn how to use the Mode Menu in your TI-89 Calculator to gain full use of the calculator functionality. Learn how to set scientific notation, fixed and floating point decimals, degree modes, graphing modes, split screen modes, and more. . . . View the lesson
Section 4: Basic Arithmetic and Exponents (TI-89) Learn how to use your TI-89 calculator to perform basic arithmetic and work with exponents. We learn how to perform basic operations with negative and positive numbers including how to work with parenthesis in expressions. We also learn how to calculate with negative and positive exponents and how to force the result into scientific notation. . . . View the lesson
Section 5: Calculating with Fractions (TI-89) Learn how to use your TI-89 calculator perform calculations that involve fractions. We learn how to let the calculator simplify fractions and automatically find the common denominator when adding and subtracting fractions. We also learn how to convert a decimal back into a fraction using the built in functions. . . . View the lesson
Section 6: Logarithms and Square Roots (TI-89) Learn how to use your TI-89 calculator to perform calculations involving logarithms and square roots. We learn how to use the natural logarithm and logs any base that is required. We also learn how to take square roots as well as nth roots such as cubed roots, 4th roots, etc. . . . View the lesson
Section 9: User Defined Algebraic Functions (TI-89) Learn how to use your TI-89 calculator to define an algebraic function f(x) for later use. You can use this function to create a table of values and can even plot the function. Several methods are illustrated that show how to use this feature as well as the limitations. . . . View the lesson
Section 12: Solving Systems of Equations(TI-89) Learn how to use your TI-89 calculator to solve a system of algebraic equations. The student learns how to input equations and properly format it so that the calculator returns the answer. Examples are provided where we graph the result so the student can visualize the solution. . . . View the lesson
Section 19: Working with Complex Numbers (TI-89) Learn how to use your TI-89 calculator to perform calculations involving complex numbers. The student learns how to use the TI-89 calculator to input and display complex numbers in rectangular and polar form and convert between these representations. . . . View the lesson
Section 20: Graphing Functions (TI-89) Learn how to use your TI-89 calculator to graph functions. The student will learn how to input and graph multiple algebraic functions, zoom in and out, and trace graphs to find a rough estimate of intersection points. . . . View the lesson
Section 57: Graphing Statistical Histograms Learn how to use your TI Titanium 89 calculator to graph statistical histograms. These types of graphs are used in statistics courses and applications where it is useful to plot a bar graph of data that is taken in a survey or other measurement. . . . View the lesson
Section 58: Graphing Statistical Box Plots Learn how to use your TI Titanium 89 calculator to graph statistical box plots. These types of graphs are used in statistics courses and applications where it is useful to plot a large amount of raw data in graphical form. . . . View the lesson