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Video Series on the HP graphing calculators
05-21-2020, 01:26 PM
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RE: Video Series on the HP graphing calculators
(05-21-2020 01:08 AM)DanO Wrote:  
(05-10-2020 01:59 PM)stephenmendes Wrote:  I do not think that many people who own the 50G (but never owned previous 48 calculators) have any idea of it's incredible capabilities.

Recently I've been looking for an additional 50g online. In the dozens of pictures of used 50g's on sale, I think I haven't seen a single picture showing the RPN stack. Almost every display picture of a powered-on 50g shows ALG mode. That alone speaks volumes. I got a 50g in great condition for 65 USD.

TWO COMMENTS:
ONE I have no idea why people like ALG mode..... I put mine in RPN right away and it stays there ? ..... best entry system ever invented

TWO an INCREDIBLE buy at $65 (if your see the price they are going for on Amazon)

My video series will mostly be directed at the features I use for Electronics, Physics and Computer Science problems...... so it will not be "everything" that the calculator could possibly do.

It's being done to assist my University students ..... some of whom already have the calculator ..... but by the time I am done, there may be a "ready market" if anybody has them to sell ???
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05-21-2020, 02:52 PM
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So far the series looks pretty good. Looking forwards to the next episodes!
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05-21-2020, 06:26 PM
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thanks Stephen; falling behind here, but will catch up asap.

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05-29-2020, 01:59 AM
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RE: Video Series on the HP graphing calculators
In my latest video..... User Keyboard programming .... you will want your User keyboard to have these little programs...... also introduction to Flags and RPL

Longer than my usual video length...... but I hope you will find every minute of it informative and helpful ?

https://youtu.be/mrDEzihp6dI
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05-29-2020, 02:50 AM
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(05-21-2020 01:08 AM)DanO Wrote:  Almost every display picture of a powered-on 50g shows ALG mode. That alone speaks volumes.

Could it be because the factory default when reset is ALG mode?

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05-30-2020, 02:44 AM
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(05-29-2020 02:50 AM)Allen Wrote:  
(05-21-2020 01:08 AM)DanO Wrote:  Almost every display picture of a powered-on 50g shows ALG mode. That alone speaks volumes.

Could it be because the factory default when reset is ALG mode?

The default factory mode is ALG, but I think nowadays most people don't even bother to read the manual. They just punch some keys and see what happens.
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