best HP scientific calculator

05122015, 12:19 AM
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RE: best HP scientific calculator
(05122015 12:01 AM)Jeff_Kearns Wrote: It all depends on what your programming needs are. If you can obtain one, I would recommend the HP15C. Second and third choices would be either the HP41CX with the Advantage Module or the HP42s. The current model is the HP35s. An excellent choice if you are into a repurposed calculator called the WP34s.Yes, I forgot to mention it has to be a current model. I live in South America and older models are very rare and can't be found in stores. Even the 50g is not all that easy to find these days. Around here, Casio dominates the market of scientific calculators, they have plenty of options but I think I will get an HP. I heard the WP34s has received good reviews but I don't think they ship to Brazil, do they? Even if they did, the cost would be at least 3x as much. Basically, I would like it to be able to solve nonlinear equations, perform stat analysis, find roots etc, no need for matrix manipulation as I already have the Prime and the 50g for that. Thank you. 

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