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|HP 33s and memory|
Message #1 Posted by Brent on 22 Feb 2004, 11:51 a.m.
As I read the manual, other operations use up memory -- other than programs, variable and equations. Apparently the integrate function is the most memory intensive operation on the calculator. And the solve function can be memory intensive, as well. I found this out while doing some of the calculator forensics equations on my 32sii. While I guess it would still be useful to be able to label things with more than one letter, all that extra memory is still not going to waste. Now if I could find a use for the Bessel function in Civil Engineering.
|Re: HP 33s and memory|
Message #2 Posted by Arnaud Amiel on 22 Feb 2004, 12:19 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Brent
The first time I saw a Bessel function was working with civil engineer on a cylindrical column. So I am sure they use it.
Now if I could find a use for the Bessel function in Civil Engineering
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