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Free and Cheap Texas Instruments Calculator Books

This week, I’ll be running some special deals on Amazon for my books. If you haven’t picked up the books yet, or if you know someone who could benefit from them, this is a great deal to take advantage of. Each of my TI calculator books will have some kind of offer this week.

ti-nspire-tutorials-book-smallTuesday, August 9

My TI-Nspire Tutorials Vol 1 book will be free on Amazon this day. This book is designed for beginners to the TI-Nspire platform. It covers how to navigate the menu system on the Nspire, use calculator features, graphing, statistics, and a lot more. On Tuesday, click here to get the book for free.





ti-nspire-cas-tutorials-smallWednesday, August 10

My TI-Nspire Tutorials Vol 2 book will be $.99 on Amazon this day. This book is designed for students and teachers that want to learn the CAS specific features of the TI-Nspire CAS. On Wednesday, follow this link to get Vol 2 for under $1.






ti-84-plus-ce-book-smallThursday, August 11

My TI-84 Plus tutorials book will be free on Amazon this day. This book is designed for beginners to the TI-84 Plus platform and covers a wide variety of features from basic calculator features to graphing to calculus and statistics features. On Thursday, this link will take you to my TI-84 Plus book for free.


Consider a Review

If you find any of my books helpful, would you please consider writing a review on Amazon? It is very difficult for self-published books like mine to compete, and having some good reviews really helps. Thanks for your support!

Minivan Price Comparison With R

Minivan Price Comparison With R

With my family growing once again and my 13-year-old Mazda Protégé on the fritz, I recently decided it was time to go minivan shopping. A frugal shopper, some might say cheap, I quickly set my focus on the used, domestic market and found that there are only two competitors here, the Dodge Grand Caravan and the… Continue Reading

University of Washington Machine Learning Classification Review

I’ve spent the last couple of months working through course three in the University of Washington’s Machine Learning Specialization on Coursera. Course two was regression (review); the topic of the third course is classification. As has been the case with previous courses, this specialization continues to be taught by Carlos Guestrin and Emily Fox. For… Continue Reading