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Live sky chart
See what's in the sky above you right now or at a given moment.
Get precise predictions for passes of the ISS and most visible satellites.
See when Iridium satellites mirror the sunlight directly towards you, resulting in bright flares.
Get passes for amateur radio satellites, complete with uplink and downlink information.
All calculations performed locally
Predictions are generated right on your phone so you only need a data connection every few days.
Orbit and ground track
See details about the orbit of any selected satellite rendered and with all relevant data.
Get detailed information about any satellite, as provided by our Heavens-Above website.
Get a visual overview over passes and animate the position of satellites on the sky chart and on the ground track.
An optional red on black color scheme to preserve your night vision.
Easily find or identify any object in the sky by orienting your device towards it.
Quickly add interesting passes to your calendar so you won't miss them.
The object of Math BINGO is to practice math facts while playing BINGO!
-Choose from 5 games: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and Mixed
-Choose from 3 different levels of difficulty: Easy, Medium and Hard
-Create up to 5 player profiles
-Choose from 8 different fun cartoon avatars
-Keep track of number of games played by player profile
-The Scoreboard keeps track of scores for each game and level
-Collect and play with BINGO Bugs when you earn a high score!
-Fun bonus game: BINGO Bug Bungee
How to Play and Win Math Bingo
The object of Math Bingo is to get a pattern of five Bingo Bugs in a row by correctly answering math problems. Math problems are presented at the top of the game screen. Feedback is presented at the bottom of the game screen. Correct solutions to problems answered incorrectly will be displayed.
The score in Math Bingo is determined by the time to complete a game plus a two second penalty for each problem answered incorrectly.
Time to complete game 0:45 seconds
Incorrect answers: 3
Math Bingo saves player information with custom player profiles. Each player profile consists of a unique name (up to 20 characters) and a fun cartoon avatar. The player profiles display total number of games played, total number of high scores achieved, and total number of Bingo Bugs collected. The guest profile does not store any information and therefore cannot achieve high scores or collect Bingo Bugs. The guest profile is useful for adults who want to play Math Bingo without their scores going into the scoreboard.
Selecting a Game
There are five different games in Math Bingo: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and Mixed. Players will be prompted to select a game type before game play.
Selecting a Level
There are three levels of game play in Math Bingo: easy, medium, and hard. Players will be prompted to select a game level before game play.
Math Bingo displays high scores in the Score Board. There are four different Score Boards: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Each Score Board displays the top three scores for each level: easy, medium, and hard.
Bingo Bugs are rewards for achieving a high score. A player who earns a high score will collect a Bingo Bug! Players can collect a variety of Bingo Bugs and interact with them by tapping the Bingo Bug button in the player profile or by tapping the My Bingo Bugs button after playing a game. HINT: Tilt your device to make the Bingo Bugs move around, tap on a Bingo Bug to make them giggle and spring!
The settings menu can be accessed by clicking the information button on the lower right hand side the introduction screen. The settings menu will allow you to reset all high scores and to delete player profiles.
- Does not contain third-party ads.
- Does not contain in-app purchases.
- Does not contain integration with social networks.
- Does not use analytics/data collection tools.
- Does include links to www.abcya.com
Furthermore, Graphing Calculator by Mathlab displays calculations as it performs them on the high-quality display of the Android device, making it easier for the user to understand the calculations and see them clearly. This app has two great strengths. First, it acts as a fine scientific calculator, but, more than that, it displays the intermediate steps of the calculations as you type. It allows the students to both watch and learn how the calculations are made and how to find the final answer. Second, the graphing ability is absolutely stunning! Not only does the calculator beautifully display the graphs, but it automatically generates the x- and y- values and displays them as well.
Free version requires internet connection and contains ads! Upgrade to PRO!
Help site with instructions and examples: http://help.mathlab.us
If you have a question, send email to email@example.com
* Arithmetic expressions +,-,*,/,÷
* Square root, cube and higher roots (hold ‘√’ key)
* Exponent, logarithms (ln, log)
* Trigonometric functions sin π/2, cos 30°, ...
* Hyperbolic functions sinh, cosh, tanh, ... (hold "e" key to switch)
* Inverse functions (hold direct function key)
* Complex numbers, all functions support complex arguments
* Derivatives sin x' = cos x, ... (hold x^n key)
* Scientific notation (enable in menu)
* Percent mode
* Save/load history
* Multiple functions graphing
* Implicit functions up to 2nd degree (ellipse 2x^2+3y^2=1, etc.)
* Polar graphs (r=cos2θ)
* Parametric functions, enter each on new line (x=cos t, y=sin t)
* Function roots and critical points on a graph. Select the checkbox on the left from the function to show their coordinates on the graph, click the graph-button on the upper menu to display their coordinates as a list.
* Graph intersections (x^2=x+1)
* Tracing function values and slopes
* Scrollable and resizable graphs
* Pinch to zoom
* Fullscreen graphs in landscape orientation
* Function tables
* Save graphs as images
* Save tables as csv
* Simple and complex fractions 1/2 + 1/3 = 5/6
* Mixed numbers, use space to enter values 3 1/2
* Linear equations x+1=2 -> x=1
* Quadratic equations x^2-1=0 -> x=-1,1
* Approximate roots of higher polynomials
* Systems of linear equations, write one equation per line, x1+x2=1, x1-x2=2
* Polynomial long division
* Polynomial expansion, factoring
* Matrix and vector operations
* Dot product (hold *), cross product
* Determinant, inverse, norm, transpose, trace
* User defined constants and functions (PRO)
* Save/load expressions
If you like space or astronomy, you will like this ISS locator app.
ISS Detector will tell you when and where to look for the International Space Station or Iridium flares. You get an alarm a few minutes before a pass. You will never miss a pass of the International Space Station and you will never miss the bright flashes of the iridium communication satellites. ISS Detector will also check if the weather conditions are right. A clear sky is perfect for spotting.
Extensions will enhance the functionality of ISS Detector. With an in-app purchase you can add comets and planets, amateur radio satellites and famous objects, like the Hubble space telescope or the Chinese space station Tiangong.
• Overview of the coming passes
• Weather conditions for perfect sightings
• Radar screen with path indication
• Current location on a map
• Detection of Iridium flares
• Notifications and Alarms
• Share sightings with whatsapp, twitter, gmail, email etc.
• Automatic location and timezone detection
• Dedicated tablet layout
Available Extensions (in-app purchase):
Radio Amateur Satellites
Track dozens of ham and weather satellites
Track Hubble, X-37B, Fitsat, Tiangong and more
Comets and Planets
Track comets as they come closer to earth. Perfect for C/2011 L4 Panstarrs in March 2013 or C/2012 S1 ISON in November 2013.
Enable ISS Detector to display the positions of the planets on the radar view.
ISS Detector combines data from Nasa, Heavens-above.com, minorplanetcenter.net and weather from yr.no.
Satellite sees you every minute.
Check who see you right now!
NASA Science Weather Satellite: NOAA , Weather.
Communications Satellite: Iridium , Amateur Radio.
Navigation Satellite: Galileo , Navy Navigation Satellite System , COSMOS.
Miscellaneous Military Satellite.
Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.
This USP of this application is "ultra-portability". Students can access the content on-the-go from anywhere they like.
Basically, each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.
Some of topics Covered in this application are:
1. Introduction to AC Electricity
2. Circuits with R, L, and C
3. RC Filters
4. AC Bridges
5. Magnetic fields
6. Analog meter
7. Electromechanical devices
8. Introduction to Basic Electrical Components
12. Introduction to Electronics
13. Discrete amplifiers
14. Operational amplifiers
15. Current amplifiers
16. Differential amplifiers
17. Buffer amplifiers
18. Nonlinear amplifiers
19. Instrument amplifier
20. Amplifier applications
21. Digital Circuits
22. Digital signals & Binary numbers
23. Logic circuits
24. Analog-to-digital conversion
25. Circuit Considerations
26. Introduction to Process control
27. Process Control
28. Definitions of the Elements in a Control Loop
29. Process Facility Considerations
30. Units and Standards
31. Instrument Parameters
32. Introduction to Level
33. Level Formulas
34. Direct level sensing
35. Indirect level sensing
36. Application Considerations
37. Introduction to Pressure
38. Basic Terms
39. Pressure Measurement
40. Pressure Formulas
42. Diaphragms, capsules, and bellows
43. Bourdon tubes
44. Other pressure sensors
45. Vacuum instruments
46. Application Considerations
47. Introduction to Actuators and Control
48. Pressure Controllers
49. Flow Control Actuators
50. Power Control
51. Magnetic control devices
53. Application Considerations
54. Introduction to flow
55. Flow Formulas of Continuity equation
56. Bernoulli equation
57. Flow losses
58. Flow Measurement Instruments of Flow rate
59. Total flow and Mass flow
60. Dry particulate flow rate and Open channel flow
61. Application Considerations
63. Humidity measuring devices
64. Density and Specific Gravity
65. Density measuring devices
67. Viscosity measuring instruments
68. pH Measurements, pH measuring devices and pH application considerations
69. Position and Motion Sensing
70. Position and motion measuring devices
71. Force, Torque, and Load Cells
72. Force and torque measuring devices
73. Smoke and Chemical Sensors
74. Sound and Light
75. Sound and light measuring devices
76. Sound and light application considerations
77. Introduction to Signal Conditioning
80. Temperature correction
81. Pneumatic Signal Conditioning
82. Visual Display Conditioning
83. Electrical Signal Conditioning
84. Strain gauge sensors
85. Capacitive sensors
86. Capacitive sensors
87. Magnetic sensors
88. Thermocouple sensors
89. Introduction to Temperature and Heat
90. Temperature definition
91. Heat definitions
92. Thermal expansion definitions
93. Temperature and Heat Formulas
94. Thermal expansion
95. Temperature Measuring Devices
97. Pressure-spring thermometers
98. Resistance temperature devices
102. Application Considerations
103. Installation, Calibration & Protection
104. System Documentation
105. Pipe and Identification Diagrams
106. Functional Symbols
107. P and ID Drawings
108. Introduction to Instrument types and performance characteristics
109. Active and passive instruments
110. Null-type and deflection-type instruments
111. Analogue and digital instruments
112. Indicating instruments and instruments with a signal output
All topics are not listed because of character limitations set by the Play Store.
* Easily track your member benefits and discounts.
* Receive alerts for app-exclusive membership perks.
* Access your personal digital membership card.
* Register to become a member of OU Alumni.
* Connect with Sooners around the world.
Courses – View your course schedules in Ozone and access course resources in D2L.
Janux – Access Janux course resources.
Directory – Search for people.
Campus Map – Find your way around campus and easily locate Severe Weather Locations.
Bus Schedule – View current arrival/departure information for CART routes.
Feedback – Submit your ideas to OU administration.
Safety – Locate safety resources and information.
The OUBound app was created to make your transition to college as smooth and easy as possible. It provides all the information you need to arrive on campus prepared for success and prepared for the time of your life.
OUBound will walk you through the necessary steps of becoming a Sooner. In the app you'll find a helpful timeline packed with information, FAQs, a calendar of featured events and more!