Re: Solver advice needed Message #4 Posted by kynes on 22 Oct 2000, 10:21 a.m., in response to message #3 by Tom
In my opinion the HP17BII/19BII have a very good solver inside with some useful things. Both are financial calculators, but the 19BII has also a rich set of scientific functions. But both are not 'real' programmable, and they are not the cheapest. For a description and an example of the solver look at www.rskey.org .
The HP32SII also contains a solver, it's a scientific calculator, with the ability for real programming. The solver is a more simplified version, but it is possible to define a programm as a function (the [FN=]  key). And the 32SII is not so expensive.
And at last I know the solver of the HP49G, there are some powerful tools for solving equations numeric and symbolic, solving equation systems, differential equations etc...  the highest power for the highest price ;)
Hope you find the right tool, with best regards
kynes
