Scientific calculators that have formula/equation memory

12072017, 12:59 PM
(This post was last modified: 12072017 02:54 PM by pier4r.)
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RE: Scientific calculators that have formula/equation memory
@massimo. Only 144mm ? That's is a golden god!
@grsbanks: good point! Has the dm15 still around ~400 bytes of memory for programs (and therefore formulas)? Recap: Hp35s. ~ 30K of ram Casio fx5800P (the dimensions should be there, although it seems a graphing model). ~ 25K of ram. swissmicro DM42 (with a bit more effort to use programs as formulas). swissmicro DM15 with registers and program memory (program as formulas) ~1500 bytes program memory, see below. Many sharp models have 9 memories and 4 formula memories. hp35s : 6.22' x 3.23' in freedom units or in real units: 15.80 cm x 8.2 cm Casio fx5800P: 6.4 x 3.2 . 6.22 or 6.4 is still like a big phone. DM42: 144mm*77mm DM15: 88mm*59mm Sharp models: round about 160mm*80mm Any other suggestion is welcomed. Wikis are great, Contribute :) 

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