SAT OS - Great for Other Standardized Tests!

<p>I am sorry if this is a little off topic, but...</p>

<p>I live in Pennsylvania, and we just took this statewide PSSA standardized test today; wow, I am glad I made SAT OS - I was able to answer almost every problem with ease - I feel confident that I scored well on the Math section because of it. :)</p>

<p>So if you have to take state-standardized tests (if you are in high school that is), SAT OS is great for those, as well as for the SAT test!</p>


<p>i have a question on your program are you able to easily graph something like this:</p>


<p>can it find extremes? intercepts? vectors? and all the other things that have to do with polar coordinateS?</p>

<p>I have a test on it in 2 days so if you could get back to me fast that would be amazing.</p>


<p>Hey, you need a link to it. Too late for the ACTs on saturday, I guess, but still.</p>

<p>The TI-83+ version of "SAT OS" is located here:</p>

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<p>Naw - it's never too late - just d/l it and install - piece of cake - the interface is pretty intuitive so there isn't much you have to learn :)</p>

<p>"SAT OS" does not have polar coordinate support - (yet) => but I do know of an internal command on the TI-89 that would find the limit of your example. On the TI-89, there is a function called limit( => Simply type in your equation and it will find the limit of the equation. Also, to find the maximum and minimum values of an equation, just graph it and then hit max/min. on the MATH drop-down menu.</p>

<p>thanks a lot programmer!!!</p>