Latest uploaded fileshttps://cemetech.net/downloads/files/recent2024-02-28T18:48:52.329255+00:00Most recent uploads to the Cemetech archives.ADDS TO MULTIPLIES TO2024-02-28T18:48:52.329255+00:00Andershttps://cemetech.net/downloads/files/2448/x2994<p>Update: Fixed a bug in ADDMULT1. It uses Euclid’s algorithm, instead of CFRAC, which is used in ADDMULT. These programs are built on the fact that second degree equations with rational roots can be solved by dividing the coefficients in Ax^2+Bx+C=0, with A, and then select a pair of divisors in C/A that multiply to C/A and add up to B/A, then it follows that those divisors are the (rational) roots of the equation. The condition for that is of course that the root of the Discriminant is rational, as well as the coefficients. The programs are therefore showing the Discriminant and its root, as well as B/A and C/A for your convenience.</p>
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<p>This Modified Version of Solitaire Will Include New Features & a Modified Menu</p>
<p>This is Version 1 & Only Includes the Renaming of Items in The Main Menu</p>
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</ul>ADDS TO MULTIPLIES TO2024-02-22T23:31:00.963725+00:00Andershttps://cemetech.net/downloads/files/2448/x2987<p>This program is built on the fact that second degree equations with rational roots can be solved by dividing the coefficients with A, in Ax^2+Bx+C=0, and then search for a pair of divisors in C/A that add up to B/A, if so, then it follows that those divisors are the (rational) roots of the equation. The condition for that is of course that the root of the Discriminant is rational, as well as the coefficients. The program is therefore showing the Discriminant and it’s root, as well as B/A and C/A for your convenience.</p>
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</ul>Kabufuda Solitaire2024-02-22T18:36:28.667168+00:00euphoryhttps://cemetech.net/downloads/files/2446/x2986<p>This is a variant of solitaire based on that in the Zachtronics game *Last Call BBS*. The game is played by stacking matching cards on top of each other. Stacks of matching cards may be moved as a unit. By stacking all four of a set of matching cards directly on the table (i.e. with no other cards on top of them), they are collapsed into an immovable unit. There are also four free cells, though three start locked and are only unlocked one by one as sets of cards are collapsed on the tableau. The game is won when all cards are collapsed.</p>
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</ul>D20CE2024-02-21T17:47:04.420083+00:00aangisagoodboy!https://cemetech.net/downloads/files/2447/x2985<p>it is a D20 for the ti84+ce</p>
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</ul>Dodge V.1.12024-02-15T22:53:08.508859+00:00WillDaBeast555https://cemetech.net/downloads/files/2441/x2981<p>This is a game I made way back in November 2023 and it will be updates every now and then. Zip through a random terrain at high speeds, just barely dodging the many obstacles. You can play however you would like because there are many different paths to victory. Try it out for yourself, and see how high your score can get!</p>
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<p>V1.3<br>---------------<br>added port to the TI 84 Plus</p>
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<p>1. Subscripts<br>2. Parentheses<br>3. Long element names<br>4. Those numbers that are used to balance equations<br>5. Up to 16 individual elements in one formula</p>
<p>The controls are a bit confusing, but they are listed in the readme and below.</p>
<p>[2nd] - Uppercase<br>[Alpha] - Lowercase<br>[Y=] - Numbers and Parentheses</p>
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</ul>Plane Simulator v0.1 PUBLIC TEST2024-02-03T17:46:59.748764+00:00StephenMhttps://cemetech.net/downloads/files/2440/x2967<p>This is (as the name implies) a plane simulator.<br>It's basically that.<br>The game is written in TI-BASIC, for the two following calculators:<br> TI-84 Plus CE<br> TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition<br> <br>PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS STILL UNFINISHED, AND THE ACTUAL MAIN GAME ISN'T DONE YET.</p>
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