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HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator

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HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator

The HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator is suitable for students and professionals in real estate, finance, accounting and business. It is both powerful and easy-to use.

Features

The HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator allows you to quickly calculate loan payments, interest rates and conversions, standard deviation, percent, TVM, NPV, IRR, cash flows, bonds and more. Besides that, it also has a 28 kb user memory, with RPN and Algebraic data entr…

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HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator

The HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator is suitable for students and professionals in real estate, finance, accounting and business. It is both powerful and easy-to use.

Features

The HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator allows you to quickly calculate loan payments, interest rates and conversions, standard deviation, percent, TVM, NPV, IRR, cash flows, bonds and more. Besides that, it also has a 28 kb user memory, with RPN and Algebraic data entry. In addition to that, it also has over 250 functions. Other features include business and financial features, statistical and mathematical features, time and date management, and customizing features. Additionally, the HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator also has functions such as clock, appointments, calendar, HP solve application, menus prompts and messages. In terms of mode selection, the HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator has an attractive one line LCD display that can support 10 characters. It allows you to select business functions at your fingertips, with a great mix of statistic, business and math functions. Results can be read easily, even at an angle. In addition to that, the HP 17bII+ Financial Business Calculator is also permitted for CFP certification exam. There are also large, angled, click-style keys which allows you to minimize unwanted key presses, adjustable contrast for LCD display, and auto power off after 10 minutes. Financial and business features include TVM (loans, savings and leasing), amortization, list-based, cash-flow analysis, currency conversions, cash-flow functions including IRR, NPV, NFV and NUS, print table with infrared printer, bond price and yield, depreciation methods including SL, DB, SOYD and ACRS, interest rate conversions, and percentage calculations including % CHG, % TOTL, MU%P, and MU%C.

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    I am busy writing ANOVA functions in my solver, they require the sigma function but also depend on a varing amount of samples (lists), is there a way that i could specify a varying amount of lists to be used in the calculations? e.g. Sigma(i:1:#samples:1:item(sample(i):1)) (Summing the 1st value of all the lists named sample1, sample2 etc)

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-11-07

  • Solver, with sigma and varing amoung of lists

    I am busy writing ANOVA functions in my solver, they require the sigma function but also depend on a varing amoung of samples (lists), is there a way that i could soecify a varying amount of lists to be used in the calculations? e.g. Sigma(i:1:#samples:1:item(sample(i):1)) (Summing the 1st value of all the lists named sample1, sample2 etc)

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-11-07

  • HP-17bii+ capabilities

    I love the solver and am definitely looking for an HP calculator that has that feature. Also, I have need for the financial functions of the HP-17bii+ and a few basic engineering functions (sin, cos, tan, etc...). A big graphing calculator is definitely not necessary. Any suggestions?

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-07-28

  • how to calculate IRR

    How do I calculate IRR using the HP17bii calculator?

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-04-10

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