I used a 48G until my last year of high school and have been using a 50G from then until now 4th year at a university. I bought this calculator after misplacing my 50G right before a test that's what I get for leaving campus at 2AM half asleep This review will be more or less comparing it to those calculators.
Due to the nature of the mathematics on this site it is best views in landscape mode.
If your device is not in landscape mode many of the equations will run off the side of your device should be able to scroll to see them and some of the menu items will be cut off due to the narrow screen width.
Welcome to my online math tutorials and notes. Thanks again Fred, Mike and David! These downloadable versions are in pdf format. To get the downloadable version of any topic navigate to that topic and then under the Download menu you will be presented an option to download the topic.
Here is a complete listing of all the subjects that are currently available on this site as well as brief descriptions of each. There is also a page of common algebra errors included.
There are two versions of the cheat sheet available. One is full sized and is currently four pages. The other version is a reduced version that contains exactly the same information as the full version except it has just been shrunk down so two pages print of the front and two pages print on the back of a single piece of paper.
Trig Cheat Sheets - Here is a set of common trig facts, properties and formulas. A unit circle completely filled out is also included.
There are four different cheat sheets here. One contains all the information, one has just Limits information, one has just Derivatives information and the final one has just Integrals information. Each cheat sheets comes in two versions. Common Derivatives and Integrals - Here is a set of common derivatives and integrals that are used somewhat regularly in a Calculus I or Calculus II class.
Also included are reminders on several integration techniques. Table of Laplace Transforms - Here is a list of Laplace transforms for a differential equations class.
This table gives many of the commonly used Laplace transforms and formulas.
In particular it is assumed that the exponents and factoring sections will be more of a review for you. Graphing particular types of equations is covered extensively in the notes, however, it is assumed that you understand the basic coordinate system and how to plot points.I'm going to write this review based on my experience with the HP 48S/SX and from a working engineer's perspective.
I have been using the HP48 graphing calculator since and I admit, the learning curve was steep at first but RPN has become second nature to me. Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters.
Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+down arrow) to review and enter to select. Page Description Chapter 1: Basics 9 Order of Operations (PEMDAS, Parenthetical Device) 10 Graphing with Coordinates (Coordinates, Plotting Points). Mixed Transformations.
Most of the problems you’ll get will involve mixed transformations, or multiple transformations, and we do need to worry about the order in which we perform the transformations.. It usually doesn’t matter if we make the x changes or the y changes first, but within the \(x\)’s and \(y\)’s, we need to perform the transformations in the following order.
Rational Absolute Value Problem. Notes. Let’s do a simple one first, where we can handle the absolute value just like a factor, but when we do the checking, we’ll take into account that it is an absolute value. Intro to Linear Equations Algebra Linear Equations: y 2x 7 5 2 1 y x 2x 3y 12 Linear Equations generally contain two variables: x and y.
In a linear equation, y is called the dependent variable and x is the independent variable.