Scientific calculators that have formula/equation memory

12062017, 09:44 PM
(This post was last modified: 12062017 10:36 PM by pier4r.)
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RE: Scientific calculators that have formula/equation memory
(12062017 04:19 PM)Dave Britten Wrote: Was just going to mention the 36X Pro. It doesn't allow you to store a whole library of equations, but you can enter one to solve, evaluate, or generate a table of values. Yes I checked the manual, and the 36X is rather limited in terms of memory. It has even less than the 506w from 2002 (on the 506w I can manage to save 4 formulas, if those together need less than 256 chars). So while it is an input, it does not quite fit. Now I check the others. edit1. The casio fx991EX has quite some amount of functions, but in terms of memory is again not better than the 506w. Some variables/registers and no formulas to save. Impressive how the 506w is still "up to date", really the common needs for a calculator are quite mature. The 506w has A,B,C,D,E,F,X,Y,M as variables/registers and F1,F2,F3,F4 as formulas (that in total can use 256 chars). edit2. The casio fx5800P hits home! The size is quite close to the 35S and it has enough variables and space for formulas (aside from programs). So we have a real competitor (plus the dm 42S that requires a bit more work) edit3: from sharp, unless one goes for the graphing calculator (that is too big), the calculators there don't have really much memory than the 506w that I have. 4 formulas and 9 variables/registers. edit4: TI scientific calculators are more or less like the sharp ones, I think the sharp are better. Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

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