## Are HP calculators good?

The HP 300S+ scientific calculator is the perfect choice for cash-strapped students who won’t use a calculator for much outside of class and tests. This calculator is a great pick for math, trigonometry, statistics, and science applications. It’s a low-cost option that still manages to pack in a ton of features.

## Is HP Prime a good calculator?

I think the HP Prime is the finest graphing calculator available today, regardless of price! I have owned and used the TI NSpire, TI 84, TI 89, Casio Classpad and Casio FX9100 calculators and they don’t come close! The touch screen is perfect in sensitivity to touch and the user interface is superb.

**What is RPN format?**

Reverse Polish notation (RPN) is a method for conveying mathematical expressions without the use of separators such as brackets and parentheses. In this notation, the operators follow their operands, hence removing the need for brackets to define evaluation priority.

**Is the HP Prime worth it?**

The HP Prime is a good calc, more or less similar to high-end Casio or TI graphical calc. The HP Prime is rather ok for studying, but it will not be ok for engineers. If you would like to push further and have it for several years, you must consider the HP49G or HP50G certainly.

### What is the HP part number for a 50g graphing calculator?

HP 50g graphing calculator HP 50g graphing calculator user’s manual H Edition 1 HP part number F2229AA-90001 Notice REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT AT: www.register.hp.com THIS MANUAL AND ANY EXAMPLES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY MAKES NO

### What is the warranty period for the HP 50g graphing calculator?

HP 50g graphing calculator; Warranty period: 12 months 1. HP warrants to you, the end-user customer, that HP hardware, accessories and supplies will be free from defects in materials and workmanship after the date of purchase, for the period specified above.

**How do I insert an SD card into the HP 50g?**

holding the HP 50g with the keyboard facing up, then this side of the SD card should face down or away from you when being inserted into the HP 50g. The card will go into the slot without resistance for most of its length and then it will require slightly more force to fully insert it.