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Too few arguments appeat when turn on the HP 48gx calculator

When I turn on the calculator and also when matemathic operation is done, too few arguments appear on screen. After several operation this problem disapear and the calculator work fine.
Any idea about how can I fix this problem?

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Hello,

This calculator uses RPN (reverse polish notation) not algebraic notation.
If say you want to calculate 12+13, you proceed as follows
12 [ENTER] 13 + : the claculator displays 25
Similarly
12 [ENTER] 13 x : displays 156

Also if you use a function like sinus or cosinus
12 [ENTER] cos displays the value (depending on the angle unit you are using).


I think you need to read a little more on the RPN before you get accustomed to this way of doing thing. The best reference is your calculator Getting started manual.


Hope it helps.

Posted on Aug 24, 2009

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