HP 12c Gold RPN Financial Calculator
The HP 12c Gold Financial Calculator which will serve you well in all finance courses. Actually, its very easy if you already know RPN (reverse polish notation -- a much better way to enter data into a calculator than the algebraic method that you are probably familiar with). What makes the HP 12c the industry standard in financial calculators - Power. It has 120 built-in functions to ensure that the calculations you need are available when you need them.
Here are some of its features:
- The fast and efficient processor that offer low-power consumption per calculation.
- Allows 20 different cash flows for internal rate of return and net present value solutions.
- RPN (Reverse Polish Notation). Enter data quickly and perform calculations efficiently
- Long Battery Life.
- Small, convenient size
- Keystroke programming.
- Approved for Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) examinations
With millions of users all over the world, you know it’s reliable. The HP 12c. The smart choice because it’s the industry’s choice. The calculator that more professionals rely on. The HP 12c so precise that the calculator received certification by the federal Bureau of Standards (now the National Institute of Standards and Technology). Hence, HP 12c’s results were legally accurate for the banking industry.
The algorithms used in the HP 12c to perform calculations such as bond interest andpartial payments on home mortgages were critical if the calculator was to be trusted by the financial world and meet the international standards. At the time of designing the HP 12c, HP consulted with experts from various countries to be certain that the calculator would work in markets using different methods of calculation all over the world. HP worked with William Kahan, UC Berkeley professor of mathematics, electrical engineering and computer science, to develop and test the complex algorithms.
HP 12c tutorial:
- 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