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Summer Class! Is your TI-89 Loaded for Physics?

Struggling with physics?          Own a TI-89 or Titanium?

Tired of Conversion Issues?     Tough Word Problems?

Velocity, Fluids, Pressure?     Acceleration?     Mass, Machines, Force?

 Trouble During Tests?


My name is Tom and I program TI-89 Titanium calculators to help you pass physics much easier.

Welcome to where your TI-89 Titanium calculator shows you exactly what you really want.  Every step to a physics answer right on your TI-89 calculator screen.

 The programs are a compilation of midterms, finals and homework from college physics all over the United States. The app leads you to a solutions step by step at your own pace so you can write it down on tests, homework, whatever.

 

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Recent Testimonials 2014/15

Hello Tom,  

 First off I would like to say this is a great program, I went out and got a Ti-89 titanium just so I could have your program for physics. I have been playing with it doing some problems and it works great.   So what are the questions I have well here is a multiple part   question I was asked to do last week but I am trying to figure out how to do all the steps on your program.  I have been trying to find where I can calculate the thermal energy, potential energy etc…

 Thank you for your time

DD

Tom-     I just wanted to let you, for all the issues I had with ESP, it was the difference between an “A” and a “C” for me.  The product worked well and I was extremely pleased to post not just an “A” on the final, but an “A” for the semester.  With your help, I’ll take another stab at Calc II next spring, but for now, I’m on Cloud 9. Thanks again!             -Darrin

Tom-   As good as your every step calculus programs, thank you        -Kevin

Tom, thanks for the quick reply and help. I can’t explain to you how much I love this program and your customer service was greatly appreciated.           –Jared

 

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INCLUDED PHYSICS PROGRAMS 

Acceleration | Atwood Machine | Atwood Machine (Modified) | Pulley & Cord | Table & Pulley & Cord | Static Coefficient of Friction μs  | m, Ff, Ø | m, Ff, Ø, d | m, T, Ø, uk | m, uk, Ø | m1, m2 | m1, m2, uk | m1, m2, Ø | m1, m2, Ø, t | m1,m2,m3,N | m1, m2, uk1, uk2, Ø

Acceleration: Angular | r, wi, wf, t  (w = angular speed) | r, Vi, Vf, t  (v  = velocity) Video Example

Acceleration: Centripetal  |  αc = r * ω²  |   = v ²/ r

Acceleration: Tangential | r,wi,wf,t  (w = angular speed) | r,Vi,Vf,t  (V  = velocity)  Video Example

Angle Starts to Slide | Given μs

Angular Speed | w = angular speed | = 2 πf   rad/s  Video Example

Atwood Machine Video Example

Baseball is Hit | Maximum Height | Time to Ground | Time to Maximum Height  Video Example

Bead on a Wire | Velocity at Different Heights | Maximum height | Two Beads Collide and Bounce  Video Example

Beads (2) on a Wire  |  Collide & Bounce

Bulk Modulus Video Example

Car Catches Truck  |  Car 1 Velocity  |  Car 2 Velocity  |  Time to Catch Up

Center of Mass | 2 Masses on x axis | 2 Masses on xy plane | 3 Masses on x axis | 3 Masses on xy plane | 4 Masses on xy plane Video Example

Cord Over Pulley:Acceleration | Two masses, Cord & pulley | Two masses, Table, Cord & 2 Pulleys

Displacement | Finds Acceleration | Finds Final displacement

Falling off Building

Fluids & Hydraulics | Density: Given Vi, F1, F2 | Density: Column of Water | Force re: p, ht, Area | Force, Atmospheric, Area | Force, Equilibrium | Height re: water pressure | Hydraulic Press | Long & Pipe Barrel |Manometer | Mass Apparent | Mass: Cube in water | Pressure & Fluid at Depth | Pressure/Surface under water | Pressure on Floor | Pressure Gauge | Pressure of Oil & Water | Pressure/Total/Piston | Tension of String | Volume

Forces  |  Friction  |  Normal  |  Gravity

Friction | Friction Force | Work  |  Work Against Friction  |  Displacement | Using m,uk,Vi,Ø

Path of an Object | Object falling | Stone thrown up

Strain

Stress

Tension | m,a | m, Ø | m, d, Ø | m, ØA, ØB | m1, m2 |N, Ø | N, ØA, ØB

Truck or Car Slows Down  |  Speed  |  Acceleration

Vectors | Vectors (2) (x,y,) sum | Vectors (2) (x,y,z) difference |Vectors (2) (x,y,z) sum | Vectors (2) (x,y,) + Ø, difference | Vectors (2) (x,y,) + Ø, sum | Vectors (3) (x,y,) sum | Vectors (3) (x,y,) + Ø, sum

Velocity: Beads | Bead Sliding on Wire | Two Beads Collide

Velocity of Objects

Volume with specific gravity (sp)

Work | Thru Fuel Oil | At Height | Net | Against gravity | Between Heights | Opposing friction | U & Down Incline | Given Acceleration | Given, d, N, Ø | Given, m, d | Given, m, d, N | Gravity & Ladder | Lifting | Dropping

Young’s Modulus | Stress | Strain | Young’s Modulus

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Atwood Machine Video