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How To Choose Your Calculator: Texas Instruments BA II Plus vs Hewlett Packard 12C

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    • Zee Tan
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      How To Choose Your Calculator: Texas Instruments BA II Plus vs Hewlett Packard 12C

      The CFA Institute has a very short list of approved calculators allowed in the CFA exams. This is extremely strict, and if you do not have the exact model of approved calculator you will not be…

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    • RAULe-Man-ABEC-5-80mm-80a
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      RPN is an EXCELLENT form of working for computers (and calculators too…) that helps you a huge maintaining control of results in the development of your calculations!.
      Unfortunately, at the moment, I couldn’t say PHYSIC calculators with the RPN mode, outside the HP brand!.
      I ask. Why can’t implement this in Casio (for example), or the, hear present, TI BA II Plus?.
      HP 12C is a G R E A T calculator, used by bankmans and informatics (like me…) over decades!!.

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      Pardon: “I couldn’t SEE…” (not “SAY”…) “…PHYSIC calculators that provides RPN, other than HP products!!”.
      But… my model of HP 12C is “Platinum edition”. I don’t know if it could be admited in CFA exams, if certainly are too “extremely strict” that the post says…

    • PaulAdaptPrep
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      Zee, we have a condensed 15 minute guide to using the TI-BA II plus:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UU8DNfSlObTQsdz0rOWB2-0A&v=Ehchb6Zvag0

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