Reviews and Problems with HP 50g Graphing Calculator
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Does everything, but poor documentation is an obstacle.
Mark Huth, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I am having trouble deciding what rating to give this beast. As a calculator, it is magnificent. I started with the HP-35 40+ years ago, and find for engineering problems RPN is really the best system to use.
Slow [Default] Numerical Entry, Bad Stack Manipulation
29 April 2015
Summary: It was cheap, but I'd much rather have an older HP. So far I've noticed two annoying things: When you press they same key twice very fast, it only registers once. So don't try to calculate too fast!
Summary: I'm giving this calc 4 stars because of some minor issues. The screen is very shiny (glare is a problem), it is not tilted toward the keyboard, the case is unnecessarily fat and "ergo" styled without actually being ergonomic.
Summary: There is a saying "Some things should never change." This calculator is an wonderful example. Pros: Released back in 2006, it is an oldie, but goodie. 3d graphing, best fit regression, probability density functions, confidence intervals, complex matrices, fast fourier transforms, taylor polynomials,...