Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?

02092020, 01:19 PM
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RE: Electronic Calculators: which notation is the better?
I’ve always been on the RP[NL] side since I discovered its usage.
But the Prime opened my eyes to the textbook notation and its strong benefit: verification. When I was a student, I always double checked the calculations, doing them twice on my 28s, and/or storing intermediate results. Now with the Prime I only read carefully. If the formula is small, it is at the benefit of RP[NL]. For a long formula, textbook is better, even if I absolutely dislike parenthesis! Regards. 

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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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