Find answers to the top 10 questions parents ask about TI graphing calculators.
Download free 90-day trial versions of the most popular TI software and handheld emulators.
Learn about the math and science behind what students are into, from art to fashion and more.
Get ready for back to school with T³™ Webinars to enhance your teaching and TI technology skills.
Get hundreds of video lessons that show how to graph parent functions and transformations.
Update OS, transfer files andtake screen captures for yourTI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator.
Students make connections between the visual ways to find zeros of a parabola and algebraic ways with an emphasis on the quadratic formula.
The student will utilize two defined functions to calculate the two solutions to quadratic functions. They will learn how to define the second quadratic (with the subtraction sign) themselves.
Students will finally make the connection with the values for the discriminant, and how it is related to the type of solutions found for a quadratic function.
A flow chart is presented to stimulate discussion that will tie the entire concept together. Students should discuss with a peer, and be able to make sketches of the four different scenarios.
© Copyright 1995-2022 Texas Instruments Incorporated. All rights reserved.