Casio FX1000f vs Casio FX5000f

02012020, 10:33 PM
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Casio FX1000f vs Casio FX5000f
Although I switched to RPN HPs as soon as I could, I remember using a Casio FX1000f during my school days. I loved the formula library and overall it performed quite well.
So I am searching for one and I see two similar models, the FX1000f and the FX5000f. Does anyone know the differences between them? 10B 11C 12C 12CP 15C 17BII 19BII 21 25 28S 32E 32S 32SII 33S 34S 35S 39gs 39GII 41C 41CX 42S 45 48G 48G+ 49G 49G+ 67 71B 97 

02012020, 11:33 PM
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RE: Casio FX1000f vs Casio FX5000f
According to ledudu, it's just the addition of hyperbolic functions (and their inverse):
https://casio.ledudu.com/pockets.asp?type=154&lg=eng I'm kind of curious as to why the addition of hyperbolic function was such a big feature at the time that they changed the shape of the calculator (The 5000F is a flatter calculator) and gave it a new model name. 

02022020, 10:47 AM
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RE: Casio FX1000f vs Casio FX5000f
(02012020 11:33 PM)Mjim Wrote: According to ledudu, it's just the addition of hyperbolic functions (and their inverse): The fx5000F included a folding wallet, so needed to be flat. â€” Ian Abbott 

02022020, 12:23 PM
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RE: Casio FX1000f vs Casio FX5000f
(02022020 10:47 AM)ijabbott Wrote: The fx5000F included a folding wallet, so needed to be flat. This settles it then! My calculator had a folding wallet so it must have benn a 5000f. My memory is a bit hazy after 30+ years... 10B 11C 12C 12CP 15C 17BII 19BII 21 25 28S 32E 32S 32SII 33S 34S 35S 39gs 39GII 41C 41CX 42S 45 48G 48G+ 49G 49G+ 67 71B 97 

02022020, 10:49 PM
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RE: Casio FX1000f vs Casio FX5000f
This reminds me of a conversation we had last year on the 6000G/6500G; they share a manual, and I posted that the only difference I could find was the latter added hyperbolics, other than the thickness.
I only have the 5000F, but it also shares a manual, with the 1000F and, again, the only differences I can see are added hyperbolics and the thickness/angle. A pattern emergesâ€¦ Cambridge, UK 41CL/DM41X 12/15C/16C DM15/16 71B 17B/BII/bII+ 28S 42S/DM42 48GX 50g 35s 30b/WP34S Prime G2 & Casios, Rockwell 18R :) 

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