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Publisher: T3 France

Editor: T3 France

Topic:  Mathematics

vanuit experimenteel verkregen data

Publisher: T³ Europe

Author: Dominiek Ramboer

Topic:  Physics

Students take measurements, determine a pattern, make a prediction and then check it in a competition or activity.

Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Mathematics

Students take measurements, determine a pattern, make a prediction and then check it in a competition or activity.

Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Mathematics

Students take measurements, determine a pattern, make a prediction and then check it in a competition or activity.

Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Mathematics

Modelling things in motion – with some smart TI-Nspire mathematical tools

Publisher: Texas Instruments UK

Topic:  Mathematics, STEM

Tags: Modeling, Data, Calculus, Velocity

Students take measurements, determine a pattern, make a prediction and then check it in a competition or activity.

Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Mathematics

Students take measurements, determine a pattern, make a prediction and then check it in a competition or activity.

Publisher: Texas Instruments Inc.

Topic:  Mathematics

Learn how to solve Physics problems step by step in Mechanics, Kinematics, Waves, Energy, Magnetism, Electricity, Circuits, Gas Laws, Planets and more

Author: SmartSoft

Topic:  Physics

Use the CBR2 to collect and display motion data for different toy cars.

Publisher: Texas Instruments UK

Editor: Barrie Galpin

Author: Ian Galloway

Topic:  Physics, STEM

Tags: Physics, Velocity

What is the quickest route from Start to Finish across two types of ground where different speeds are possible?

Publisher: Texas Instruments UK

Author: David J C Elgin

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Pythagoras, Velocity, Time