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32SII Programming Help Needed
Message #1 Posted by Bill Pickering on 11 Oct 2000, 1:26 p.m.

I recently had to replace the battery on my 32SII and lost an equation I had programmed into memory when I bought it long ago. Problem is I've lost the programming manual and the engineering solutions books I bought. I'd just like to get a copy of the programming instructions for the payment/future value equation that I believe was published in the engineering or main manuals. Can someone who has it please pass them along? Thanks for any help...I'll admit that it's not worth buying the manuals for that one formula!!!

      
Re: 32SII Programming Help Needed
Message #2 Posted by kynes on 11 Oct 2000, 3:09 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Bill Pickering

Hello, here is the 'Time-Value of Money' - equation from the 32sii-users guide:

P*100*(1-(1+I/100)^-N)/I+F*(1+I/100)^-N+B

where P are the payment values I the interest rate (no '0'!) N the number of payments F the future value and B the present value

Hope it is useful for you!

            
Re: 32SII Programming Help Needed
Message #3 Posted by Bill Pickering on 11 Oct 2000, 4:06 p.m.,
in response to message #2 by kynes

Wow - Great! Thanks so much!


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