HP 48G Series User's Guide

Description:Complete copy of the eighth edition of the 48G series instruction manual. This PDF document has 612 pages and was scanned by me at 300 dpi monochrome. Fully bookmarked in order to easily jump between sections. Included on this site with the permission of HP tech support.
Filename:hp48gug.zip
ID:3937
Authors: Hewlett-Packard: http://www.hp.com/calculators/
Eric Rechlin: http://www.hpcalc.org/
Downloaded file size:16,787,585 bytes
Platforms:48  
User rating:10/10 with 1 vote (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:Docs/Misc
Languages:ENG  
File date:2000/09/04 14:38:40
Source code:Not included
Download count:74,784
Version history:2000/09/07: Added to site
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User comments:ks raman
2002-09-26 22:54:32
Downloading a 14mb file is very difficult.
Kindly divide them into chapterwise files.
Ben Martin
2008-09-01 16:18:02
Thanks for your effort to make this doc. available. It will hopefully be a great help as I can barely turn the thing on.
Juan Miguel Flores-Díaz
2016-04-10 17:08:09
On Section 20 ---Calculus and Symbolic Manipulation---, SubSection 5 ---Rearranging Symbolic Expressions---, SubSubSection 2 ---Manipulating Subexpressions--- page 20-19, To algebraically rearrange a particular subexpression: “move the selection cursos to the top-level function for the subexpression you want to rearrange, press RULES then press the menu key for transformation you want”. I tried COS(x+y) expansion with TRG* and found the result is COS(x)*COS(y)-SIN(x)*SIN(y).
Juan Miguel Flores-Díaz
2016-04-10 17:11:37
I found a mistake in HP 48G Series Advanced User's Reference Manual, Technical Reference, page F-8: The TRG* expansion for the function COS(x+y) is incorrectly written; SAYS: COS(x)*COS(y)+SIN(x)*SIN(y). SHOULD SAY: COS(x)*COS(y)-SIN(x)*SIN(y).
Eric Games
2017-11-05 01:12:48
@ks raman:

It's Nov. 2017 and I laughed when I read your comment. 14 Mbytes is too large to download. That is hilarious reading that 14 years later.

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