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Updated: 12/01/2013 08:00:01AM

2013-2014 STEM activities on Charlotte campus

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Marjorie Moller

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During the fall 2013 semester, two TI-84 Graphing Calculator Workshops were conducted at Edison State College Charlotte Campus. The first workshop, offered Oct. 28, focused on MAC 1105, college algebra, math-related topics. These topics included solving various types of equations, such as quadratic, absolute value, radical, logarithmic and exponential. Each student who attended the workshop received a handout with examples demonstrating these calculator activities.

The second workshop, conducted Oct. 29, addressed MAT 1033, intermediate algebra, math-related concepts. The demonstrations in this workshop focused on the following math topics: graphing a factored quadratic equation, graphing linear inequalities and a system of linear inequalities, graphing a rational equation, graphing a system of equations, numbers and working with compound interest. Each person who attended this workshop also received a packet of examples with step-by-step keystrokes showing how to calculate these math concepts, using the graphing calculator.

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