I introduce and cover the features of The College Panda Calculator Program in the TI84 SAT Math video series. If you haven't seen it already, go check that out first. I go through the following:
 Calculator Shortcuts and Basics
 Evaluating Expressions
 Graphing
 How to Download Calculator Programs
 The College Panda Program (introduction)
 The Rest of The College Panda Program
The College Panda Calculator Program
This program was specifically designed for the SAT—all its features were created with past questions in mind. We didn't include anything that doesn't help you on the exam. It's the closest thing to a cheat code for the SAT.
When you run it, the first thing you'll see is the main menu.
Main Menu
The program consists of 5 main components:
 Fundamentals: basic math operations you may encounter on the exam
 Lines: slope, \(x\)intercept, \(y\)intercept, standard form
 Systems of Two Equations: solves systems of 2 equations in standard form
 Quadratics: quadratic formula (roots), vertex form, vertex, \(y\)intercept, discriminant
 Circles: arc length, area of a sector, equation of a circle, center, radius, whether a point is inside a circle
Fundamentals
Features:
 Simplify any radical
 Pythagorean theorem
 Percent change
 Distance between 2 points
 Midpoint
 Convert between radians/degrees
Lines
Input any of the following:

to get all of the following:

Systems of Two Equations
 Solves any system of two equations expressed in \(ax + by = c\) and \(dx + ey = f\) form
 Indicates whether the system has infinite solutions
 Indicates whether the system has no solutions
Quadratics
Input any of the following:

to get all of the following:

Circles
 Arc length
 Area of a sector
 Equation of a circle from a raw equation (\(x^2 + y^2 + ax + by + c = 0\))
 Equation of a circle from its center and radius
 Equation of a circle from the endpoints of a diameter
 The center and radius of a circle from its equation
 Checks whether a point is inside or outside a circle in the coordinate plane
Companion Calculator Workbook
It's not enough to just have a program on your calculator. You need to know how and when to use it. This workbook, which contains exercises based on past SAT questions, will teach you how to use the program and for which question types.
Chapters:
 The Basics (based on part 1 of the video series)
 Evaluating Expressions (based on part 2 of the video series)
 Graphing (based on part 3 of the video series)
 Systems of Equations (based on part 4 of the video series)
 Lines (based on part 5 of the video series)
 Fundamental Programs (based on part 6 of the video series)
 Quadratics (based on part 6 of the video series)
 Circles (based on part 6 of the video series)
 Answer Explanations
How to Get the Program and Workbook
The Calculator Program and the Workbook are special bonuses for people who have supported my work. Check out the bonuses page for full details on how to get them.