Electronic Proceedings of the Twentysecond Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsChicago, Illinois, March 1114, 2010Paper S061
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Good Test Problems for Calculus Courses that Require the TI89 Graphing Calculator 
Mako E. Haruta
Department of Mathematics
University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
USA
haruta@hartford.edu
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The CAS feature of the TI89 calculator can turn many calculus problems into buttonpushing exercises that require little mathematical understanding. This paper features a challenging set of problems that creatively assess student understanding of concepts while allowing full use of the technology during testing.
Keyword(s): calculus, assessment, TI89