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HP 39/40 Science and Engineering Programs

The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.

There are 7 files totaling 514KB in this category.

ChemTab39   (details) 39/40 ENG   7KB/11KB
ScreenshotPeriodic table for the 39g+. It will run on the older 39G, but it will be slow. It has 11 properties for each element and is designed to be compact.
By Tim Wessman. 2004/06/10

Falling 1.0   (details) 39/40 ENG   4KB/10KB
ScreenshotProgram that shows the flight of an object based on the height from which it is trown, speed, angle, also wind and gravity.
By Pavel Poutchkarev. 2001/03/10

Fysica 5de Leerjaar 1.0   (details) 39/40   6KB/1KB
ScreenshotThis aplet is only useful for Dutch speaking HP 39/40G users. It includes all formulas that students need to use when they have only one hour physics in the 5th grade.
By Michaël De Coninck. 2003/07/01

Hoot Woods Simulator 1.1   (details) 39/40 ENG   14KB/1KB
ScreenshotThis is a simple predator-prey simulation with owls and mice that takes place in "Hoot Woods." Potentially useful for bio/ecology students.
By Michaël De Coninck. 2004/07/24

HPlanétarium 3.08   (details) 49/50 48 39/40 ENG FRA   457KB/43KB
ScreenshotHPlanetarium is a free (GPL) planetarium for the HP 39/40/48G/49/50 in which you can move, zoom and unzoom the sky map "in real time". Equatorial/azimutal coordinates, rise/transit/set times, elongation, magnitude and diameter can be computed for main planets. You can also point a Meade telescope, and there is an ephemeris generator. Source code for the HP 49 is provided. A light version (only 24 KB) is available for the HP 48G.
By Khanh-Dang Nguyen Thu-Lam. 2006/12/23

Ohm's Law and Power   (details) 39/40 ENG   11KB/4KB
ScreenshotExplore the relationships among voltage, current, and resistance. The ideas of Ohm's law and power will also be explored.
By Hewlett-Packard. 2000/09/09

Projectile Motion   (details) 39/40 ENG   15KB/3KB
ScreenshotInvestigate the kinematics equations that govern the motion of an object which is fired at an angle with a given velocity.
By Hewlett-Packard. 2000/09/09

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