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Prime?
I am not talking about the Sandmath function that tells you whether a given number is prime or not. Sandmath is a fixed module in my HP 41cl configuration, but I prefer to use PFCT (prime factorization): you get the answer AND the factors. There are numbers that are prime, others ’nearly prime’ and others less so. But I repeat, I am not talking about this. 
I am talking about the impending presentation of a new graphical calculator. It will be done this week, more specifically on April 18, but it’ll be available for us Europeans from September on. I hope to get samples ASAP, justo to give the information to you all.
For one thing, this calc will have colour! And we’re not referring now to the ugly colour sets of the 48g family, or the still uglier 30s colour schemes, but screen colour!
As soon as I get pictures and presentations, I will post it in this blog.

Prime?


I am not talking about the Sandmath function that tells you whether a given number is prime or not. Sandmath is a fixed module in my HP 41cl configuration, but I prefer to use PFCT (prime factorization): you get the answer AND the factors. There are numbers that are prime, others ’nearly prime’ and others less so. But I repeat, I am not talking about this. 


I am talking about the impending presentation of a new graphical calculator. It will be done this week, more specifically on April 18, but it’ll be available for us Europeans from September on. I hope to get samples ASAP, justo to give the information to you all.


For one thing, this calc will have colour! And we’re not referring now to the ugly colour sets of the 48g family, or the still uglier 30s colour schemes, but screen colour!


As soon as I get pictures and presentations, I will post it in this blog.

 

 

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