Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?

02112020, 11:57 AM
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RE: Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?
(02092020 01:19 PM)pinkman Wrote: I’ve always been on the RP[NL] side since I discovered its usage. Years ago, there was an RPN app for the TI89 calculator which gave you the best of both worlds. As you entered your values, the intermediate results would show up on the right hand side like usual, but the left hand side would show the algebraic equation that had been built thus far. So if a=1, b=2, c=3, then entering: b NEG b 2 ^ 4 a * c *  √ + 2 a * / it would show: 

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Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?  SlideRule  02082020, 01:34 PM
RE: Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?  Felix Gross  02082020, 10:16 PM
RE: Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?  Maximilian Hohmann  02082020, 10:40 PM
RE: Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?  pinkman  02092020, 01:19 PM
RE: Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?  Wes Loewer  02112020 11:57 AM

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