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ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« on: December 14, 2011, 08:31:49 pm »
Hello! I'm taking an advanced chemistry course and an equation solver for the ti-nspire would be a great help. It would need to include ideal gas law equation solver, van der wall's adjustment equation solver, partial pressure solver, collision equation solver, thermodynamic equation solver, chemical balancer (with redox), mole solver, and basically anything you think would be helpful to a chemistry student possibly looking into majoring in chemistry, all of them being able to solve for any variable. Thank you for your time, and any help is greatlly appreciated. Sorry if this is a double post, i don't think my last one about this posted.

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2011, 04:18:20 am »
There is currently a framework under development for an EEPro clone.
While EEPro is a totally different subject (Electric Engineering), the core (formulas, etc) is the same.
We are trying to make it as modular as possible so that making what you would want would for example just be editing/adding some files.

However, development is still in progress so don't expect a release soon ;)

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2011, 06:34:24 pm »
Aww... That's a bit disappointing that i'll not be able to at least use it on my final, but thank you very much! My teacher actually just told me today that he has an nspire, except without the touchpad. He said that his nspire is able to run ti-84 program files and stores the ones he's not using on it as well. There are a few 84 programs that i've seen for chemistry, any idea if i would be able to both load and run 84 programs on my nspire? I just updated it to OS 3.2. And i have another question. If you don't mind answering it as well.
We are supposed to make what he's calling a 'mini-cartoon' using matrices to create a picture and run it through animations by creating a program for it to translate, rotate, and change the image's size. I'm planning on creating a cutscene-type thing of Young Link from OoT going into the Temple of Time and drawing the Master Sword. I have the matrix for the sword and it in the pedestal, but i have no idea how to make it move and switch between the images. I have a lot of time to do it, but i'm trying to get a head start on it by at least learning how i'll be able to make it move with matrices once i have everything planned out in more detail. Any ideas?

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2011, 04:52:28 am »
He said that his nspire is able to run ti-84 program files and stores the ones he's not using on it as well. There are a few 84 programs that i've seen for chemistry, any idea if i would be able to both load and run 84 programs on my nspire?
You will need an 84 keypad for that. Only then you will be able to launch 84+ programs.

I just updated it to OS 3.2.
I suppose you mean 3.0.2 :)

And i have another question. If you don't mind answering it as well.
We are supposed to make what he's calling a 'mini-cartoon' using matrices to create a picture and run it through animations by creating a program for it to translate, rotate, and change the image's size. I'm planning on creating a cutscene-type thing of Young Link from OoT going into the Temple of Time and drawing the Master Sword. I have the matrix for the sword and it in the pedestal, but i have no idea how to make it move and switch between the images. I have a lot of time to do it, but i'm trying to get a head start on it by at least learning how i'll be able to make it move with matrices once i have everything planned out in more detail. Any ideas?
Nspire basic is much more limited than 84+ basic, so I don't know if you will be able to do it.
The nspire supports Lua though, but I guess you don't want to learn an entire new language (although, Lua isn't that hard).

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #4 on: December 16, 2011, 04:51:18 pm »
oops. i knew i updated to the most current, i didn't pay much attention to it. and i have no idea how to even program in basic, so i'm fine with trying to learn Lua if it means i'll be able to do the project. i know nothing about basic, anyways and i enjoy a challenge. any tips or tricks? oh, and thank you very much for everything, my friend.

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #5 on: December 16, 2011, 04:57:35 pm »
and another thing (sorry for all the questions) do you have any tips for graphing in 3-D also, or a good reference site for it?

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #6 on: December 21, 2011, 03:26:11 am »
Sorry for the extremely late answer! (skipped the topic)

http://inspired-lua.org contains Lua information (and tutorials) for the nspire.
General Lua info (since Lua works on other platforms too) is just a google away :)

And about 3D, do you mean the math side? In that case, not really :P

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #7 on: December 21, 2011, 04:02:06 pm »
That's quite alright. Thank you very much, though!

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #8 on: December 21, 2011, 04:40:06 pm »
No problem, glad I could help :)
Don't be afraid to ask if you got any problems :)

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #9 on: December 23, 2013, 07:30:35 pm »
Any new développements for a ChemPro app??

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #10 on: May 21, 2017, 07:11:37 pm »
I have written a chem app that solves Gas Laws. You can find it on my site here: http://www.mason-cole.com/#TI-Nspire

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Re: ti-nspire chemistry formula and equation solver
« Reply #11 on: May 22, 2017, 08:49:34 pm »
I have written a chem app that solves Gas Laws. You can find it on my site here: http://www.mason-cole.com/#TI-Nspire
Bit of a necro-post there. This thread is from 2013. If you'd like to post about your projects on Omnimaga I'd suggest starting a new topic and giving some more information about your app.
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