Calculator for electronic/firmware engineers

01252020, 08:14 PM
(This post was last modified: 01252020 08:15 PM by Csaba Tizedes.)
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RE: Calculator for electronic/firmware engineers
(01132020 01:23 PM)kuro68k Wrote: constantly doing e10,9,sign over and over I don't understand exactly, I guess you know how to use the [EXP] or [×10^x] key. As mechanical engineer this is the fastest way to keying prefixes, but the mechanical engineers mainly use kilo, mega and milli, micro prefixes (no pico, femto and strange others ). My preferred setup on my HPs ENG 3 mode and for estimated calculations ENG 2 (I use in this case the SHOW, if required one more digit). Because I am a process engineer, very important to use lists, in this case the TIs are very handy, for example I want to estimate something on a range, I have few equations, I put the lists into this equation and the result is a range. With this information I can select the applicable dimensions, motor powers, etc... To the linked video: the fx61F has NO linear regression calculation, which is very important in engineering practice. Csaba 

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