I have a Casio CFX9850G very old by today's standards but served me well..The book it came with is 4 times bigger than the calculator, so If you don't like the learning curve just use windows own...Yeah that's true, and my PC doesn't need more wires/batteries. I still want some day tho. Ok just dl'ed maxima, hope it's easy to use.
Jeez I'm fed up with that already, I just want to solve 2 mesh eqn's with complex numbers, with a simple interface. Not spend an hour learning programing. Someday I suppose I will, but not today
Hi,Back in college, I got an HP48G because I liked the RPN -- loved it then, love it now. Although a few years ago I thought I'd treat myself and get the latest, greatest upgrade in that product line. I still reach for my HP48G instead of that one.
But, I reach for WolframAlpha and Mathematica before I reach for the calculator.
Hi,While TI owns the academic market, I am still an HP fan. I have several, including a 48G and a 48. The G sits on my desk because the 48 uses N cells and they aren't common. I also have an IR printer which I rarely use but it's so cool it sits out anyway.
My first HP was a 25, not even the C model. 49 steps of programming, no persistent memory.
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