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|HP-48SX HP 82211B Solve Equation Card on an HP-41GX?|
Message #1 Posted by Chris Catotti (Florida) on 12 Mar 2004, 1:26 a.m.
Does anyone know if the "HP 82211B HP SOLVE EQUATION LIBRARY CARD for the HP 48SX" works properly on an HP-48GX ?
If I understood it right, it does, but some of the "HP 82211B HP SOLVE EQUATION LIBRARY CARD for the HP 48SX" features and functions are built-in to the GP-48GX.
(I wish I could locate my 48GX to just try it out.)
|Re: HP-48SX HP 82211B Solve Equation Card on an HP-41GX?|
Message #2 Posted by Raymond Del Tondo on 12 Mar 2004, 1:57 a.m.,
in response to message #1 by Chris Catotti (Florida)
the 'B' card may work on the GX, but it doesn't make sense, because the whole equation library is built into the G and GX.
Also the browser engine of the EQ card could make problems.
The only things from the 'B' card missing in the G/GX are the periodic table and the TETRIS game from BPS (Bullet Proof Software) .
Too bad there's nearly no software company which deserves this name nowadays;-)
However, the periodic table had been released by HP as a stand-alone application to be loaded into the G/GX, and the TETRIS is available on hpcalc.org .
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