Re: Math pac vs. Advantage pac Message #2 Posted by Karl Schneider on 23 July 2003, 3:06 a.m., in response to message #1 by Sean McNamee
Sean 
I have both. Just from memory, the Advantage Pac does not contain the Math Pac's Fourier analysis, hyperbolics, and triangle solutions.
Both have routines for rootfinding ("SOLVE") and numerical integration, but the Advantage Pac's routines are better. RPN programs for these functions on the Math (Simpson's Rule integration) and machinecoded functions (sophisticated Romberg method integration) on the Advantage. Both modules have the same functions for complexvalued inputs.
The Math Pac is a 4 kB module; the Advantage Pac is a 12 kB module.
[Shameless solicitation:]
I have an extra Math Pac that I'll sell to you for $10 + shipping. This is probably about the going rate; they're very common.
