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Last updated Tuesday, 20 November 2012
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Most popular file  Projectile motion. with 6,329 downloads.

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boylelaw.zip25k03-05-27File is not ratedBoyle's Law Solver
This package contains a Boyle's Law solver for every TI model. You simply pick 1 of the 4 variables to solve for and input the other 3 values. The screenshots (made w/ CalcCapture) give perfect examples from the 83 and 92+. Also, the 73 version works perfectly now and all codes were optimized this morning, because seeing what I did (or didn't do) 14 months ago in the originals made me sick.
hex2dec.811k00-11-23File is not ratedHex 2 Dec
Converts hexadecimal to decimal.
motor81.zip1k03-03-04File is not ratedUltimate Motor Helper v2.0
This program is very useful when working with AC induction or DC motors. Ultimate Motor Helper will provide you with the synchronous RPM, breakdown torque, power factor, the value of the starting capacitor required for a capacitor start motor, back EMF, and flux per pole. (Some values only work with specific motors.) All of the information you need for calculations should be on the name plate, except for the number of poles. This number can be determined by a close examination of the stator core. Enjoy! (Note: This program has the distinction of being the first ever to be released on all 12 TI graphing calculator platforms. Yay!)
nuclearcalc.zip1k09-05-13File is not ratedNuclear Calculations
Ever wonder what the radiation level of a blast zone is, and how long it will take to be safe? What about the radius that 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree burns will occur? And how strong the shockwave will be in PSI from the blast zone? Well this program answers these questions.
projmot.811k00-10-13File is not ratedProjectile motion.
Given the acceleration due to gravity, the initial velocity, the angle, and the initial height, this program solves for the time it takes for a projectile to hit the ground, its maximum height, and its horizontal range.
suntheta.zip1k12-11-20File is not ratedSunθ2 v2.7
This program calculates solar position given UTC time and location. See the README for full information.
tempconv.811k97-07-24File is not ratedTemperature Conversion

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