## Nick Karagiaouroglou

ID:1567
First Name:Nick
Last Name:Karagiaouroglou
Last Change:2004-01-04
Number of Files:6 (256th most prolific)

 Basic Calculus Marathon - Volume 2 1.0   (details) 49/50 ENG   566KB Continuation of the Basic Calculus Marathon. Finding extrema and inflection points. Includes many examples (some of them quite inconvenient) taken from "real life". By Nick Karagiaouroglou. 2003/10/13

 Basic Calculus Marathon, Volume 1   (details) 49/50 ENG   1312KB How to use the HP 49G for calculus. Command explanation, programs for doing more than the HP 49G can do out of the box, and much more. This is the complete Volume 1 of the Basic Calculus Marathon. By Nick Karagiaouroglou. 2003/07/17

 Complex Numbers Marathon 1.5   (details) 49/50 48 ENG   971KB Detailed documentation of the algebraic and graphics capabilities of the HP 49G working with complex quantities. New orthographically corrected version. The ZIP archive includes all programs of the marathon. By Nick Karagiaouroglou. 2003/06/30

 HP 49g+ Learning Modules   (details) 49/50 ENG   6718KB Contains 55 training aids to help engineers and scientists, students and educators, business and finance professionals, and real estate professionals to better use the HP 49g+. Also contains contributions by Wlodek Mier-Jedrzejowicz. By Gene Wright, Nick Karagiaouroglou, Veli-Pekka Nousiainen and others. 2004/01/04

 Sequences, Series and Limits Marathon 6.0   (details) 49/50 ENG   1750KB Documentation and programs for doing math sequences, series and limits with the HP 49G. Includes programs for doing things that the HP 49G can't do out of the box, like finding bounds, condensation points, limits of functions of more than one variable, turning recurrences to analytic closed forms and much more By Nick Karagiaouroglou. 2003/02/11

 Trigonometry Marathon 1.4   (details) 49/50 48 ENG   553KB Detailed documentation of the capabilities of the HP 49G when working with trigonometric expressions. Orthographically corrected version with better layout. By Nick Karagiaouroglou. 2003/07/16

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