Title

Author
Information 
Size
in Calculator's Memory 
Description 
Factors 
Sean Weeks

< 1 K 
Shows all the factors of the entered number 
Facttype 
< 1 K 
Shows an example of each type of factoring 
Forms 
< 1 K 
Shows different Y= forms 
Genr2sta 
< 1 K 
Converts general form to standard form 
Haha 
< 1 K 
Your TI83 will act normal but give wrong answers until turned
off and on. Great joke! 
Linesegm 
< 1 K 
Displays the equation, length, and midpoint of any given line 
Linratio 
< 1 K 
Gives the coordinates of a point at a ratio between two points 
Pnt2line 
< 1 K 
Displays distance from a linear equation to any point 
Pythagorean Theorem 
< 1 K 
Displays the distance of the unknown length of any
rightangled triangle 
Quadequa 
< 1 K 
Quadratic equation to find the "a" value of the rule
when the vertex and any given point are known 
Quadform 
< 1 K 
Quadratic formula to find the zeros of a standard or general
form of a quadratic equation 
Radicals 
< 1 K 
Simplifies radicals 
Randaz 
< 1 K 
Randomizes all the letter variables in your calculator for
answer checking 
SeanForm 
4 K 
One of the tiniest, fastest, and most useful shape formula programs ever built! It even shows you the formulas for area, lateral area and volume, and then will show you the answers to virtually any shape! Includes integrated
Pythagorean theorem solver and was programmed in a special way
to take the least space! 
Stan2gen 
< 1 K 
Converts standard form to general form 
Trifact 
< 1 K 
Tired of factoring trinomials? Try this; it is still by far the most useful program I've ever used in High School! It will automatically find the two numbers which must add to a number, and multiply to a number. Very fast! Only 317 bytes! 
Y1circle 
< 1 K 
Creates two Y= inputs which equal a circle in functional
form 
Limit Finder 
Jason Ramey 
< 1 K 
For calculus students. This program allows the user to enter in a function and the program will calculate a limit. It will also give an instantanious slope of the function. The accuracy in the program is the difference between x and a. 