Anonymous wrote on 17-Feb-2019, with regard to Changing the HP10BII Periods per Year Setting.
how to change the setting when finding for monthly compounding and for compounding daily (read...)

Mr Zhou wrote on 13-Feb-2019, with regard to hp 10bII - Tutorial Switch Periods and Commas ....
My calculator can’t switch on. It’s new what must we do. (read...)

Kerry wrote on 13-Feb-2019, with regard to HP 42 S RPN Scientific Calculator.
[URL] www.swissmicros.com/dm42.php (read...)

In replying to CRAWLIN'BY who on 07-Jul-2013 wrote: I need to buy a hewlett packard 42s....Where?

Anonymous wrote on 13-Feb-2019, with regard to hp 35s - Entering a Program.
Dumb question What keystrokes are needed to enter STO (J) in hp35s (surveying program) (read...)

In replying to Jason who on 29-Oct-2015 wrote: I am trying to complete the adjustment program for my hp35s. I can not figure out how to code the indirect registers (i) and (j). Can someone advise how to encode this please...

Peter Tong wrote on 10-Feb-2019, with regard to hp 10bII - Tutorial Ordinary Annuities.
Press [1] [Gold Shift] [P/YR]. Then start all over from the top. (read...)

In replying to Lirio who on 09-Feb-2019 wrote: I got wrong answer .. i got 507.55 . What will i do?

Lirio wrote on 09-Feb-2019, with regard to hp 10bII - Tutorial Ordinary Annuities.
I got wrong answer .. i got 507.55 . What will i do? (read...)

Peter Tong wrote on 08-Feb-2019, with regard to HP Quick Calc.
You will need to unscrew the 10 screws and open the front panel to access the tiny coin battery. (read...)

In replying to Rogelio who on 06-Feb-2019 wrote: tipe of batteries? How do you change it?

Peter Tong wrote on 08-Feb-2019, with regard to HP10BII Calculation Example 1.
The P/Yr on your calculator was set to 1. To get the answer, you need to change it back to 12. Or you can simply a push a pin into the reset hole on the back of the 10bII+, this will put the calculator back to factory default settings. (read...)

In replying to Cole who on 07-Feb-2019 wrote: I am getting an answer of -$13,500.00 but unsure why?

Cole wrote on 07-Feb-2019, with regard to HP10BII Calculation Example 1.
I am getting an answer of -$13,500.00 but unsure why? (read...)

Rogelio wrote on 06-Feb-2019, with regard to HP Quick Calc.
tipe of batteries? How do you change it? (read...)

Ramsey wrote on 06-Feb-2019, with regard to HP 10bII+.
no :/ having trouble as well brother (read...)

In replying to Robert who on 05-Nov-2017 wrote: Does anyone know where the CPT button is or equivalent

Jenn wrote on 27-Jan-2019, with regard to Changing the HP10BII Periods per Year Setting.
Very helpful. thank you (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 27-Jan-2019, with regard to Bowmar - First Electronic Calculator Made In USA.
Good to know that tech designers those day were able to leave signatures behind in their work. (read...)

In replying to Canuck who on 26-Jan-2019 wrote: In 1971, I worked for a business machine company, repairing calculators. I was given a 901B to open up and determine repair ability. There, etched into the corner of the display circuit board, was the logo of a certain famous magazine bunny!

Anonymous wrote on 27-Jan-2019, with regard to HP 30b Keyboard.
只有英文手册可用 : Only english manual is available (read...)

In replying to 华海街 who on 27-Jan-2019 wrote: 中文使用说明书

华海街 wrote on 27-Jan-2019, with regard to HP 30b Keyboard.
中文使用说明书 (read...)

Canuck wrote on 26-Jan-2019, with regard to Bowmar - First Electronic Calculator Made In USA.
In 1971, I worked for a business machine company, repairing calculators. I was given a 901B to open up and determine repair ability. There, etched into the corner of the display circuit board, was the logo of a certain famous magazine bunny! (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 24-Jan-2019, with regard to HP 10bII+.
The default is 12 Periods per year and you need to change that to 1 Period per year. Press 1 [Gold Shift] [P/YR]. If correctly set, when you press [Gold Shift] [C ALL] it should display 1 P_Yr. Then enter the appropriate TMV value to compute the FV. Read the following link for detail explanation... [URL] www.educalc.net/427084.page (read...)

In replying to Anonymous who on 24-Jan-2019 wrote: Hello, I'm just trying to do a simple Future value equation with my new HP10BII and cannot seem to get the correct answer... PV=$1000 i=10% N=5 PMT=0 FV=? I know the answer should be $1,610.41 however my answer is always $1,042.36. Please help, this is driving me crazy

Anonymous wrote on 24-Jan-2019, with regard to Changing the HP10BII Periods per Year Setting.
Try this... press 2 [Gold shift] [P/YR] (read...)

In replying to Anonymous who on 24-Jan-2019 wrote: I am tryin to change the period bi-annually please assist I have been trying

Anonymous wrote on 24-Jan-2019, with regard to Changing the HP10BII Periods per Year Setting.
I am tryin to change the period bi-annually please assist I have been trying (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 24-Jan-2019, with regard to HP 10bII+.
Hello, I'm just trying to do a simple Future value equation with my new HP10BII and cannot seem to get the correct answer... PV=$1000 i=10% N=5 PMT=0 FV=? I know the answer should be $1,610.41 however my answer is always $1,042.36. Please help, this is driving me crazy (read...)

MathMaster wrote on 23-Jan-2019, with regard to Why the HP50G is better than the TI89T.
The HP-50G is much more professional than the Ti-89. Natively the HP has more complex libraries: Fourier transforms (even graphically), solving differential equations by Laplace transforms, Hessian matrix, Bessel function, etc. And it incorporates the powerful (user & system) RPL language. In the medium and long term, the HP-50G is a more valuable calculator. Oh, yes, the learning curve of the Ti-89 is not that steep, which is very useful if you live in Sesame Street. (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 21-Jan-2019, with regard to HP 41cx Emulator.
This is a FREE emulator that can run on Microsoft Windows only, (read...)

In replying to Manuel Peñascoso who on 21-Jan-2019 wrote: I buy! Please say the price.

Manuel Peñascoso wrote on 21-Jan-2019, with regard to HP 41cx Emulator.
I buy! Please say the price. (read...)

In replying to Odd Trondal who on 14-Feb-2018 wrote: HP 41CX, fantastic program. I have an original without batteries.

Manuel Peñascoso wrote on 21-Jan-2019, with regard to HP 41cx Emulator.
I buy! Please say the price. (read...)

In replying to Duane who on 12-Jul-2018 wrote: Is this emulator compatible with Windows 10?

Ellen wrote on 23-Dec-2018, with regard to hp 12c (platinum) - Handling Error Conditions.
Put new batteries. Reset both with paper clip and coin. Screen says 1 r when turned on. (read...)

Luis wrote on 20-Dec-2018, with regard to HP50g Calculator Connectivity Kit (CONNX4) also for HP48, HP49.
informacion (read...)

Luis wrote on 20-Dec-2018, with regard to HP50g Calculator Connectivity Kit (CONNX4) also for HP48, HP49.
informacion (read...)

Robert wrote on 27-Nov-2018, with regard to Bowmar - First Electronic Calculator Made In USA.
I worked at Bowmar/Ali in Acton Mass., we also made a wire distance measuring device for the phone company and a stable (Mil spec) electronic device for the Sargent York weapons platform... (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 24-Nov-2018, with regard to HP Graphing Calculator USB Device Driver.
The access violation issue may be 3 reasons: 1st) Your current Connx3 has bug 2nd) Your Windows system needs to be Cleaned Up (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 07-Nov-2018, with regard to How to install HP 10BII Emulator.
If you see the "Whoops!" message, click the Down ⬇ Arrow located at the top right corner of your screen. (read...)

In replying to Harry who on 07-Nov-2018 wrote: I cannot get it to download on windows 10

Harry wrote on 07-Nov-2018, with regard to How to install HP 10BII Emulator.
I cannot get it to download on windows 10 (read...)

Max Weston wrote on 06-Nov-2018, with regard to HP Scientific Calculators.
I have a 48Gx calculator which I purchased approx 25 years ago and its not working (won't turn on) can I send it to someone to get it looked at. I live in Davao Philippines. (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 05-Nov-2018, with regard to hp 10bII - Tutorial Switch Periods and Commas ....
Calculator has no gold color shift key only orange or blue (read...)

Chris Kirby wrote on 19-Oct-2018, with regard to MATH MAGIC, The Ultimate Math Challenge.
Yes, still available. (read...)

In replying to Grant Whitaker who on 18-Oct-2018 wrote: Chris, do you still have this game? I would be really interested in purchasing it.

Grant Whitaker wrote on 18-Oct-2018, with regard to MATH MAGIC, The Ultimate Math Challenge.
Chris, do you still have this game? I would be really interested in purchasing it. (read...)

In replying to Chris Kirby who on 13-Jun-2018 wrote: I have this game if you’re still interested.

Anonymous wrote on 12-Oct-2018, with regard to hp 12c (platinum) - Resetting the Calculator.
Hi Mike. Try pressing [f] 2 this will shift the decimal place to 2 digits. (read...)

In replying to Mike who on 12-Oct-2018 wrote: My display when turning on is 0.0000000000 with a "BEGIN" in center under numbers and a "C" on right side under numbers

Mike wrote on 12-Oct-2018, with regard to hp 12c (platinum) - Resetting the Calculator.
My display when turning on is 0.0000000000 with a "BEGIN" in center under numbers and a "C" on right side under numbers (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 03-Oct-2018, with regard to HP 10bII+.
you have to multiply the month by the number of years. (read...)

In replying to Anonymous who on 11-May-2018 wrote: ex2 has P/YR set to 12 and ex1 has P/YR set to 1. Hit 1, red shift, PMT.

Anonymous wrote on 03-Oct-2018, with regard to HP 10bII+.
your beg/end is the issue. click shift beg/end (read...)

In replying to M who on 06-Jul-2018 wrote: Hey, I am trying calculate amortization for mortgage loans, all the steps seem right as I go along but my answers always come out short between 2-12 dollars short. (I have tried the test & resetting the calculator, and the max amount of decimals are set to avoid rounding) HERE'S AN EXAMPLE: $55,000 mortgage / interest rate/ 11%; amortization 25 years with monthly payments Here is what I am inputting..should the interest be put in differently I am wondering? 12 then orange shift then P/YR 25 then orange shift then xP/YR 11 then L/YR 55 000 then PV 0 ...

Bill wrote on 30-Sep-2018, with regard to HP 11C.
I have an HP11C bit it has furlongs , time, lengths under program 1 (read...)

S.t wrote on 30-Sep-2018, with regard to HP 39gII Manual.
thank you. (read...)

Steve Todd wrote on 06-Sep-2018, with regard to HP StreamSmart 410.
Do you still sell the StreamSmart 410? Do you have any US outlets? Does the 410 come with the DataStreamer app for the HP Prime calculator? (read...)

Nish wrote on 16-Aug-2018, with regard to Changing the HP10BII Periods per Year Setting.
Thank you so so much. I was so angry and frustrated at my calculator, why would the manufacturers do something so stupid? Thanks heaps for these instructions. (read...)

Anonymous wrote on 01-Aug-2018, with regard to hp 50g - Change Display Mode.
very helpful, thank you (read...)

Nancykolleen@amail.com wrote on 24-Jul-2018, with regard to hp 10bII - Resetting.
I have tried all reset options for the calculator but it still ives the wrong answer for a FV calculation. What do I do now? (read...)

Rk_on_war wrote on 14-Jul-2018, with regard to Blaise Pascal - first digital calculating machine.
i think pascal invented the first mechanical calculator not digital. (read...)

Heide wrote on 13-Jul-2018, with regard to SM Supercenter Sucat - HP Calculators.
how can I contact your branch (read...)

Duane wrote on 12-Jul-2018, with regard to HP 41cx Emulator.
Is this emulator compatible with Windows 10? (read...)

In replying to TRAVERSE PRIME who on 07-Jun-2018 wrote: Is there a way to download programs like the old insert chips?

Anonymous wrote on 08-Jul-2018, with regard to hp 10bii - A home mortgage problem.
No, to PV, i.e. you can afford something worth 117,388.36 (read...)

In replying to Anonymous who on 03-Apr-2016 wrote: Wouldn't you apply -14,000 down payment towards fv?

M wrote on 06-Jul-2018, with regard to HP 10bII+.
Hey, I am trying calculate amortization for mortgage loans, all the steps seem right as I go along but my answers always come out short between 2-12 dollars short. (I have tried the test & resetting the calculator, and the max amount of decimals are set to avoid rounding) HERE'S AN EXAMPLE: $55,000 mortgage / interest rate/ 11%; amortization 25 years with monthly payments Here is what I am inputting..should the interest be put in differently I am wondering? 12 then orange shift then P/YR 25 then orange shift then xP/YR 11 then L/YR 55 000 then PV 0 ... (read...)

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