Like the HP-32S except for additional support for algebraic math and fractions. Fractions are entered by pressing the decimal key a second time. For example, to enter one and a quarter, the user would press "1.1.4". This model also added a second shift key, simplifying menus at the expense of a more cluttered keypad design. Introduced in 1991 and sold through 2002.
- More than 100 built-in math and science functions
- Powerful built-in program library
- Essential trig and math functions
- Base conversions and arithmetic
- Data entry using reverse Polish notation
This unit has a sligh scratch in the upper part of the screen bezel - but the way it appears it is difficult to see. See pictures. Otherwise, is the best unit we've had!