Numworks:

Mr. C.'s Public Numworks Python Scripts:

Exam Mode:
 Note: putting the calculator into "Exam Mode" is also, to the best of my knowledge, the only way to "Reset" and flush all your old programs and intermediate calculations which which I like to do whenever I start a new calculator "session".
 Go to "Settings" and activate the Exam Mode. Per the User Manual "Enabling the exam mode deletes all recorded data: calculation history, variables, function list, statistical series, Python scripts, etc. When the exam mode is active, a symbol appears in the yellow band at the top of the screen and the LED on the front edge of the calculator flashes red."
 To deactivate the Exam Mode: "Connect the calculator to a computer via a USB cable. As soon as you connect the machine, a message appears asking you if you want to exit the exam mode. You are no longer in exam mode: the symbol Exam mode disappears from the display and the LED stops flashing red."

MicroPython On Numworks:

Other Numworks Tutorials:

APCalculus Calculator Related:
 Excerpt: AP Calculus AB Calculator Policy:
The AP Program ensures that the exam questions do not favor students who use graphing calculators with more extensive builtin features.
A graphing calculator appropriate for use on the exam is expected to have the builtin capability to:
 Plot the graph of a function within an arbitrary viewing window
 Find the zeros of functions (solve equations numerically)
 Numerically calculate the derivative of a function
 Numerically calculate the value of a definite integral
 General AP Exam Calculator Policy  inc. approved models
 APCalculus AB Exam Calculator Policy

Python Programs for Numworks Calculator:

Misc Numworks Topics:
