It's not the calculator - it's the software running on it.
This is a very good calculator - no doubt.
The number one issue is that in it's mechanical engineering professional program, or "ME Pro", that the USA has 5% of the worlds population and the rest of the world has 95% of the worlds population who are ALL officially using metric as their standard.
Yet the manufacturer, Texas Instruments, and the software and manual developers, Da Vinci Technologies, insist on producing software and manuals that use imperial system and the improper mixing of metric standards.
"The jet engine uses X pounds of fuel per second and x pounds of air and the exhaust leaves the engine at 200 meters per second"
Pretty good value for money, very popular with all the school students completing their VCE, recognised by the VCAA and is enlisted as one of the calculators allowed to bring into examinations, I've had mine for nearly a year, have had no problems with it so far.
Easy to use, comes with batteries and cable.
I havnt had any so far :D
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