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Compensating for HP-35S’ shortcomings
01-27-2019, 04:31 PM
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RE: Compensating for HP-35S’ shortcomings
(01-25-2019 03:45 PM)Massimo Gnerucci Wrote:  
(01-25-2019 02:42 PM)grsbanks Wrote:  And there I was sitting here biting my tongue! I was so tempted to say "by throwing the 35S away and buying a real calculator!" Smile

And I was on the fence if replying on the same vein.

Big Grin me too: "buy a 48xx or 49G", but my favourite my 32SII to replace 35s.

Far better, if you do not need trigs, the 17BII (superb SOLVE).
Any CASIOs with SOLVE are equivalent also. And same the TI-8x or HP-3xG's (26 vars + SOLVE + programming available) machines.

If you want programming only, CASIO fx-4000P, 4500P or 4800P, 5800P, etc... (everything available on these machines including indirect addressing), the 601P/602P has no linear regression, unfortunately, in my case these units are not so useful.
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