Tutorial for HP Calculator users:
To get you up to speed in the effective usage of your HP Calculator, we have put together a number of topic based web tutorial. Our objectives here is not to teach you mathamatics as there are already a number of good math oriented site on the net.
- Getting Started
- Tutorial Lump Sums
- Tutorial Ordinary Annuities
- Tutorial Varying Cash Flows
- Tutorial Statistics
HP 12c and HP 12c Platinum
- Getting Started
- Resetting the Calculator
- Setting a Fixed Decimal Place
- Changing the Display from a Comma to a Decimal Point
- Time Value of Money (TVM) Calculation
- Date Format
- HP 10bii - A home mortgage problem
- hp 10bII - Linear Regression
- hp 10bII - Resetting
- HP 10bII - Seft Test
- hp 10bII - Standard Deviation
- hp 10bII - Tutorial
- hp 10bII - Tutorial Lump Sums
- hp 10bII - Tutorial Ordinary Annuities
- hp 10bII - Tutorial Switch Periods and Commas ...
- hp 10bII - Tutorial Varying Cash Flows
- HP 10bII - TVM Payment Mode
- HP 10bII+ Plus Self Test
- hp 10s - Standard Deviation
- hp 12c (platinum) - NPV and IRR
- hp 12c (platinum) - Calculating a Compound Annual Growth Rate
- hp 12c (platinum) - Changing the Display from a Comma to a Decimal Point
- hp 12c (platinum) - Example : Bond Calculations
- hp 12c (platinum) - Example : Cash Flow Analysis
- hp 12c (platinum) - Example : Financial Calculations
- hp 12c (platinum) - Getting Started
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- On 02-Jan-2012, Alan wrote: To Reply Alan
I have a pre-programmed HP35s and am having trouble trying to use the pre-programmed equations. The only one I have been able to figure out is the 2x2 linear equations (with your tutorial). Can someone offer help how to work other equations (for example radioactive decay). Thanks.
- On 07-Jul-2008, Wong Nam Seng wrote: To Reply Wong Nam Seng
I am a qualified Financial Planner and I have been using the HP10B for about 10 years. For the last one year I have been engaged as trainer and speaker in Financial Planning and I have to use PC and LCD projector in presentation. If I can show the calculation using HB10B with my PC it would enhance my training. Therefore I hope I can down load the "HP Calculator PC Monitor Display". Please kindly guide me as to how to download the item!
- On 30-May-2008, Charles Searcy wrote: To Reply Charles Searcy
I recently purchased an HP 35S calculator. I am trying to program it using my HP 32s programming steps. I have run across a step I can determine how to enter into the HP35s. It is: y,x→Θ,r. Can anyone assist me here? Thanks
- On 05-Mar-2008, Stuart Dalglish wrote: To Reply Stuart Dalglish
I have a 50g and cannot find a tutorial for it. Is there one?
How do I do indefinate integrals?
- On 22-Jan-2007, - wrote: To Reply -
Nice Page. I´ll return to see if there is a page for HP50G
- On 21-May-2006, Luis Mateo wrote: To Reply Luis Mateo
In my 16 years old hp 12c when I press some numbers i.e. 5 once it repeats the number 3 times.
- On 01-Mar-2006, Mahan wrote: To Reply Mahan
I have a very simple question: how do you use a constant? For example if I have a column with 14 numbers that add to 1200. How can I keep the 1200 constant so I can start dividing every one of the 14 number for 1200 so I can create another column with their percentage values? The same question if I want to multiply every one on the 14 number for 1200 or add or substract a constant number from those same numbers? I will appreciate your help on this.