DERIVE

Derive is no longer available as a separate program, but the Derive code is now incorporated into TI-Nspire CAS software Derive 6 is a powerful system for doing symbolic and numeric mathematics on your PC. It processes algebraic variables, expressions, equations, functions, vectors, matrices and Boolean expressions like a scientific calculator processes numbers. It’s useful from KS3 to University and beyond. Problems in the fields of arithmetic, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, linear algebra, and propositional calculus can be solved with the click of the mouse. Make plots of mathematical expressions in two and three dimensions using various coordinate systems. By its seamless integration of numeric, algebraic and graphic capabilities, Derive makes an excellent tool for learning, teaching and doing mathematics.


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  1. Camacho-Machín, Matías; Afonso, M. Candelaria; Socas, Martín; Depool, Ramón: University students’ understanding of tasks involving ways to approximate definite integrals (2014)
  2. García, Alfonsa; García, Francisco; del Rey, Ángel Martín; Rodríguez, Gerardo; de la Villa, Agustín: Changing assessment methods: new rules, new roles (2014)
  3. Kadijevich, Djordje M.: Neglected critical issues of effective CAS utilization (2014)
  4. Camacho Machín, Matías; Santos Trigo, Manuel; Depool Rivero, Ramón: Problem solving, technology and understanding of the concept of the definite integral. A research with first-year engineering students (2013)
  5. Carfì, David; Ricciardello, Angela: An algorithm for dynamical games with fractal-like trajectories (2013)
  6. Lehmann, Eberhard; Arand, Beate; Döring, Ulrich; Dreeßen-Meyer, Günter; Geist, Lutz; Klietsch, Thomas; Kollotschek, Cordula; Langlotz, Hubert; Naumann, Martin: Parametric representations of a smiley with different software (2012)
  7. Lehmann, Eberhard; Arand, Beate; Döring, Ulrich; Dreeßen-Meyer, Günter; Geist, Lutz; Klietsch, Thomas; Kollotschek, Cordula; Langlotz, Hubert; Naumann, Martin: Preparing parameter representations already in grades 6/7: coordinates, grid points, and reflections (2012)
  8. Taake, Gerhard: How to find prime numbers (2012)
  9. Parasidis, I.N.; Tsekrekos, P.C.; Lokkas, T.G.: Correct and self-adjoint problems for biquadratic operators (2011)
  10. Gabková, Jana; Omachelová, Milada: Derive for secondary school teachers step by step. III (2010)
  11. Parasidis, I.N.; Tsekrekos, P.C.; Lokkas, T.G.: Correct and self-adjoint problems with cubic operators (2010)
  12. Roanes-Lozano, Eugenio; van Labeke, Nicolas; Roanes-Macías, Eugenio: Connecting the 3D DGS Calques3D with the CAS Maple (2010)
  13. Terrero Dominici, José Ramón; Pérez González, Olga Lidia: A didactic approach to the topic functions using metacognitive strategies and Derive (2010)
  14. Bernhard, Matthias; Wesselsky, Christian: ClassPad in mathematics teaching. After an idea of Wolfram Koepf (2009)
  15. Legua, M.; Morales, I.; Ruiz, L.M.Sánchez: Resolution of first- and second-order linear differential equations with periodic inputs by a computer algebra system (2008)
  16. Stoynov, Y.D.: Computer-supported classes in mathematics for engineering students (2008)
  17. Gabková, Jana; Omachelová, Milada: Derive for secondary school teachers step by step. I (2007)
  18. Gabková, Jana; Omachelová, Milada: Derive for the secondary school teachers step by step. II (2007)
  19. Marlewski, A.; Zarzycki, P.: Infinitely many positive solutions of the Diophantine equation $x^2 - kxy + y^2 + x = 0$ (2004)
  20. Roanes-Lozano, E.; Roanes-Macías, E.; Villar-Mena, M.: A bridge between dynamic geometry and computer algebra (2003)

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