HP Prime Documentation Files
The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.
There are 23 files totaling 49,636 KB in this category.
|A Fluorescent Light Experiement (details)
|Prime ENG 303 KB
|Experiment showing how the Prime can be used with the HP StreamSmart 410 and a light sensor to measure the frequency of a fluorescent light. Unfortunately it incorrectly claims that electricity in the US runs at 120 Hz; this misunderstands that AC has two peaks per period (in opposite directions), both of which cause the light to get brighter. Also has useful information on how to export data from Excel to the Prime.
|Commands List (details)
|Prime ENG 564 KB
|Full list of all the commands in Prime, including descriptions, as extracted from the calculator. In Excel, Excel XML, and PDF format.
|Exploring IB Maths (details)
|Prime ENG 1,156 KB
|A 42-page PDF to help a student studying for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Maths with an HP Prime, introducing mathematical operations, the CAS, apps, plotting linear and quadratic functions, using matrices, sequences, and series, introducing statistics including two variable data and confidence intervals, doing calculus including differentiation and integration, and more.
|By Chris Olley.
|Exploring Maths at Advanced Level (details)
|Prime ENG 1,470 KB
|Aimed at users of the Prime and 39gII graphing calculators, who are studying for an advanced level exam in mathematics (English A Levels, Scottish Highers, French and International Baccalaureate, German Abitur, Netherlands HAVO and VWO 3/4 level and equivalent in other countries). The aim is to provide a range of activities which will help you become a confident user of the calculator while developing your skills in different mathematical topics.
|By Chris Olley.
|HP Prime Algebra Workshop Materials (details)
|Prime ENG 793 KB
|A comprehensive 21-page PDF introducing teachers of Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 to using the Prime and the Prime Wireless Network, following the themes of the power of visualization and looking for patterns. Includes identity graphing, systems of linear equations, infinite series, powers of a binomial, the Sierpinski Triangle, and solving trigonometric equations.
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