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Miscellaneous / Re: Crazy thought!
« on: May 16, 2013, 05:10:32 pm »
Well, I imagine you would need the computer to hold memory of every particle in the universe, and not just the approximately 10^80 atoms, but instead all of their particles, like protons quarks, electrons, ect. And all of the photons. And you would probably need memory of their position, speed, forces on them, ect. And all this would require an insane amount of memory. I imagine a computer would need at least one particle per piece of memory (probably a lot more, but I am doing a low estimate). Since each particle in our universe has several qualities that need to be recorded, it would require a computer with more particles than our universe. Which seems impossible to me.

I would not normally suggest this as I think it is unethical, but since you have already paid for the CX CAS, you could buy a CX and add CAS software
Yeah, that is unethical if you plan on using this to cheat on tests. But DelphiMarkus, I think it would be good if you bought a CX, transformed it into a CX CAS then swapped the cases if possible, to have a fresh new "CX CAS" in a CX CAS case :)
Although I was referring to the ethicality of using software you did no pay for.
Oh, that would be a nice idea in terms of cost but will everything work? My brother needs these exam-mode as his teachers are using it in exams. And the CX has a LED (which my TI Nspire CAS with Clickpad does not have  ;D However my teacher did not even know about this mode, I think) which the teachers want to be on in exams. However switching the case is a cool idea.  8)
But I don't like such illegal things, too... Well I don't know... But thanks for the tips Rhombicuboctahedron and Hayleia!

My brother will need his calculator next class, thus there is some time to think about your suggestions and to look at eBay for a LCD replacement. In the meantime he can use my calculator. He isn't writing any exams before the summer holidays.
I am pretty sure that Press-to-Test mode works with nlaunch, and the cx does have and LED.

TI-BASIC / Re: Var deletion
« on: May 15, 2013, 05:43:16 pm »
Yes, but is it of any use to the program. I searched through all of the programs and I could not find it. I would like to see what you are doing to it so I might be able to fix it.

I would not normally suggest this as I think it is unethical, but since you have already paid for the CX CAS, you could buy a CX and add CAS software

TI-BASIC / Re: Var deletion
« on: May 14, 2013, 10:40:13 pm »
Where is the variable in the game? I could not find it.

Humour and Jokes / Re: 9001 signs you're addicted to calcs and Omni
« on: May 14, 2013, 10:30:35 pm »
5145: You have made mistakes almost that bad before on this thread
Quote from: Sorunome
4765: Even if it has nothing to do with calculators (true story)
7466: You are known in school for trying to recurte people to omnimaga (true story)
Though that is pretty bad

Game Maker, RPG Maker, Toolkit, etc. / Re: blender users
« on: May 14, 2013, 10:05:58 pm »
Well, I’ve seen some pretty high quality games made in blender (no doubt with a lot of work). They had good models and enough physics, though small maps. I imagine if you only used blender for the models, and programmed it yourself, you could do even better.
But yes, you can’t make a good game if you don’t know everything about blender.

Game Maker, RPG Maker, Toolkit, etc. / Re: blender users
« on: May 10, 2013, 07:38:03 am »
I would suggest going to an actual blender forum if you want good help with blender. We might be able to help you with code, and Levak might appear and tell you something, but we probably aren’t the best with blender.
Anyway, I found that using other software to create people is quite easy. If you get DAZ 3d, you can export a whole person into a Collada .dae file, which has the armature already set up.

What is you native language anyway, though?

Humour and Jokes / Re: 9001 signs you're addicted to calcs and Omni
« on: May 08, 2013, 09:07:53 pm »
Just to point out on the first error, I counted codebender's post as a sign

#[I DON'T EVEN KNOW ANY MORE!]: What on earth?  This is just getting weird...   <_<
Oh, I see.
But wouldn’t that make this one higher, so the previous should be 5129?
5120: You take BC straight-in (in my case, from a half year of Algebra 2) since you're an overachiever
5121: You also take a TI-83+, to make the test harder.
That sounds like an incredibly dumb thing to do, unless you did a heck of a lot of preparation.

Humour and Jokes / Re: 9001 signs you're addicted to calcs and Omni
« on: May 07, 2013, 10:55:45 pm »
5114: All your work is for nothing
5115: You still correct the numbering
5116: One of the few true stories that is a sign you're addicted to calcs and Omni
Spoiler For Spoiler:
Quote from: Streetwalker
5037 : You second that. ^
Quote from: Homer-16
#5039: Whenever there is a new numbering format, you post a few signs with it
Quote from: codebender
#5046: When people play on an iPhone, you play on a calculator.
Quote from: Dapianokid
5045: You actually explore the ancient realms of Omnimaga on invisionfree and the like. (true story)
5046: You voted "Netham45 is not a lobster" even though you're going to say "HE IS SO A LOBSTER right after that" (true story)
5047: You chant "Netham45 is a lobster" subtly in class all day until you have a group of people chanting it with you without having any idea what the origin of the saying is. (true story)
Quote from: Streetwalker
5069 : (
Quote from: Sorunome
5069: You are on a light crew (true story)
Quote from: Darl181
5090: You make random signs pointing to old signs as a way to get people to read back through the topic. :P
Quote from: alex99
5090:you make an web broser and buy a pizza with help of your calc
Quote from: pimathbrainiac
5099: You know
6000: 3001 left!

The only sad thing is that there are billions of songs, and some may get really good 100 seconds into it (I like 117 90 seconds into but others might not listen that long) and we will never know what is good
Also, try 497, 503 and 510

You cannot find then analyze a graph in parametric mode, but you solve you t in terms of x and y in terms of x, and then graph the function and solve like a normal function.
Luckily, you have a CAS, so solve in terms of variables is easy.
For instance, one method is
y1(right side of above answer)
And then enter that into f1(x), or just type f1(x):= y1(right side of above answer)
Hope this helps

General Calculator Help / Re: ROM Error?
« on: May 03, 2013, 09:53:54 pm »
Well, your description had too many details, so could you please retype the general gist of the problem :)

General Calculator Help / Re: TI Nspire CX CAS Questions?
« on: May 02, 2013, 05:19:21 pm »
But I've got one question before I take the plunge: can you search your notes?
You cannot search your notes on the calculator. Also, I hope you don’t try to cheat with the notes. :)
And is there any Windows/Online emulator for the TI Nspire CX? I've found ones for older calculators but not this one. Thanks anyway.
If you need an emulator, I would recommend downloading the 30 day trial software from ti
There is the nspire emulator, but it is harder to use and worse than the software emulator.
physics doesn't need a lot of high end math calculations.
Indeed, even in Physics C, I have barely ever needed to do calculus

Miscellaneous / Re: AP Tests
« on: April 30, 2013, 09:45:58 pm »
I am taking German, Government, Economics, Computer Science, Calculus BC, Physics B and both C exams, Psychology, and Literature
Because stats sucks. period.
I thought Statistics was pretty good.
IDK, my calc teacher just says its some kind of double-test
Calculus BC encompasses both exams, and thus you can get credit for both courses in college. You get both a full score and an AB subscore. It seems strange that your teacher hasn’t told you more about the exam.
You can't take the two tests at the same time... unless you mean that you're taking AP Calculus BC, which encompasses AP Calculus AB in material and whose test provides an AB subscore as well.
You can take more than one of the exams that are at the same time. You just do late testing or some other special procedure. All three of the Physics exams are at the same time on the same day, but I will be taking Physics C a week and a half after the day it is supposed to be taken. So you could probably sign up for both of the tests, and look like an idiot to you teacher. You are probably allowed to sign up for every test, and look like an idiot to the school.

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