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Using the TI-92+ Calculator as a Tool for Illustrating Programming Concepts
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Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics,

Abstract

This paper describes how the TI-92+ calculator can be valuable in illustrating basic and advanced programming concepts in introductory computer science courses. Descriptions of the scope of the curricula for the courses in which the TI-92+ is used are provided. The TI-92+ programming language is particularly useful in demonstrating the progression in program development from pseudocode to code. Examples using MAPLE code are employed. Programming examples using TI-92+ are also included. (DDR)

Citation

Abraham, P. (1999). Using the TI-92+ Calculator as a Tool for Illustrating Programming Concepts. Presented at Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics 1999. Retrieved April 21, 2021 from .

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