Question about HP 49g+ Calculator

Re: Flash update

I had the same problem with my hp 49g+. I don't know how to solve it using the sd card, but you can use the usb. Check this forum:

http://www.hpmuseum.org/cgi-sys/cgiwrap/hpmuseum/archv014.cgi?read=66698

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

Assuming you mean the Surveying Pac, the manual is available on this DVD: http://www.hpmuseum.org/cd/cddesc.htm

Oct 30, 2013 | Calculators

Here is what I gather from the picture of the faceplate.

You choose the standard deviation mode (SD) by pressing MODE 3.

You might have to choose 1-Var or 2-Var. (not sure, but 1-var for sure)

You enter a data item followed by the DATA (RUN) key. Keep entering data and pressing RUN.

While in SD MODE, if you press the 1 key you get the avregae xbar, if ****** you get the sum of squares of the entered data. Looking at the digit keys, They all have statistical markings: (A, B, and r) are for regression analysis, (7,8, 9). 2 has the population standard deviation sigma n x, 3 the sample SD, etc. That should get started. And please, experiment. There are not many variations, on th statistical theme on scientific calculators.

Hope it helps.

You choose the standard deviation mode (SD) by pressing MODE 3.

You might have to choose 1-Var or 2-Var. (not sure, but 1-var for sure)

You enter a data item followed by the DATA (RUN) key. Keep entering data and pressing RUN.

While in SD MODE, if you press the 1 key you get the avregae xbar, if ****** you get the sum of squares of the entered data. Looking at the digit keys, They all have statistical markings: (A, B, and r) are for regression analysis, (7,8, 9). 2 has the population standard deviation sigma n x, 3 the sample SD, etc. That should get started. And please, experiment. There are not many variations, on th statistical theme on scientific calculators.

Hope it helps.

Nov 12, 2011 | Calculators

Why not use the SD card slot on the calculator? Use an SD card formatted in FAT 26 or FAT 32 of not too large capacity, say up to 2 GB. Using a computer, transfer the program on the card and store it at the root of the card: DO not store it inside a folder.

Once the program is on the card, remove the card from the computer and insert it in the SD card slot of the calculator. Turn calculator on and use the file explorer of the calculator.

Press Green Left Shift followed by the APPS key to enact the Files explorer. Navigate to the root of the SD card, copy your program and drop it in one of the three internal memories. IRAM, ERAM or FLASH

Once the program is on the card, remove the card from the computer and insert it in the SD card slot of the calculator. Turn calculator on and use the file explorer of the calculator.

Press Green Left Shift followed by the APPS key to enact the Files explorer. Navigate to the root of the SD card, copy your program and drop it in one of the three internal memories. IRAM, ERAM or FLASH

Jul 27, 2011 | HP 49g+ Calculator

Note that this I'm using a Casio fx-991MS calculator.

I'm also assuming you're asking about the z value i.e. P(t)

You first need to go to SD mode, which is done by pressing Mode button twice where you'll get the choices as follows:

SD REG BASE

1 2 3

Press Numeral 1. you should see a small sd icon on the top of the display after you press 1.

Now enter Shift key + '3' i.e. Shift + DISTR and you'll get the options as follows:

P( Q( R( t->

1 2 3 4

Choose whichever is required.

Hope this is what you were asking about.

I'm also assuming you're asking about the z value i.e. P(t)

You first need to go to SD mode, which is done by pressing Mode button twice where you'll get the choices as follows:

SD REG BASE

1 2 3

Press Numeral 1. you should see a small sd icon on the top of the display after you press 1.

Now enter Shift key + '3' i.e. Shift + DISTR and you'll get the options as follows:

P( Q( R( t->

1 2 3 4

Choose whichever is required.

Hope this is what you were asking about.

Jan 13, 2011 | Casio FX991MS Scientific Calculator

To extract the SD card from its slot, you press with a finger on the edge. It should pop out a bit. Pull it out.

If it refuses to pop out, either you did not press hard enough to feel it move inside or ejection mechanism in calculator is defective.

If it refuses to pop out, either you did not press hard enough to feel it move inside or ejection mechanism in calculator is defective.

Apr 25, 2010 | Casio FX-9860G Graphic Calculator

Hello,

I do not know this calculator, but from my experience, it is likely that your calculator is configured to do statistical calculations (Standard Deviations) hence SD. Change the computational mode to COMP and the SD will probably be replaced by an abbreviation for the MODE in effect.

Sorry not to be able to help you more, but what do you expect if you hide the identity (or the species) of your calculator.

Hope it helps.

I do not know this calculator, but from my experience, it is likely that your calculator is configured to do statistical calculations (Standard Deviations) hence SD. Change the computational mode to COMP and the SD will probably be replaced by an abbreviation for the MODE in effect.

Sorry not to be able to help you more, but what do you expect if you hide the identity (or the species) of your calculator.

Hope it helps.

Nov 16, 2009 | Sentry Calculators

You can convert between Standard Form (with fractions and pi) or
Decimal form by using the "S<->D" button. Use Mode 1 if you
mostly prefer fraction answers and you can use the SD button to convert
to decimal or use Mode 2 if you mostly prefer decimal answers and use
the SD button to see the fraction.

I hope this helps and good luck!

Please remember to vote Thanks.

I hope this helps and good luck!

Please remember to vote Thanks.

Oct 31, 2009 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

According to my manual, the cards should be formatted on a Windows PC. Insert the card into any computer and wait for it to be recognized. Access the card's memory by clicking on the icon in the "My Computer" (or equivalent) window. BE SURE THERE IS NOTHING ON THE CARD THAT YOU WILL LOSE. This process will erase everything on the card. Right-click on the card's icon. Click "Format." Set formatting options to FAT memory. Set the allocation size to 16. Start formatting. Double-check your manual to be sure for the specifics on your exact model of calculator.

Sep 24, 2009 | Sharp Calculators

Look at http://www.hpcalc.org/ for additional programs.

Jul 20, 2009 | HP 50g Graphic Calculator

Hello,

**You should get a USB cable.**

If you do not want to, get a Secure Digital card (formatted in FAT). Turn calculator ON, Insert card in slot.

Then [LeftShift][FILES] Open the directory where files are. Select them and use the [Copy] soft key to copy files. Got to directory where you want them copied and Copy rhem there. Exit File Manager. Remove Card and insert in SD card slot in computer, etc.

If you install the latest ROM 2.15 (hpcalc.org) the USB transfer option in IO parameters will show.

Hope it helps

If you do not want to, get a Secure Digital card (formatted in FAT). Turn calculator ON, Insert card in slot.

Then [LeftShift][FILES] Open the directory where files are. Select them and use the [Copy] soft key to copy files. Got to directory where you want them copied and Copy rhem there. Exit File Manager. Remove Card and insert in SD card slot in computer, etc.

If you install the latest ROM 2.15 (hpcalc.org) the USB transfer option in IO parameters will show.

Hope it helps

Jul 08, 2009 | HP 49g+ Calculator

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