This application converts the TI-83+ to Reverse Polish Notation (RPN).
With a little practice, you'll find that this is much easier and much less error-prone than the TI-83's built-in
algebraic notation. (Download courtesy of ticalc.org.)
Most Hewlett-Packard calculators use RPN, as do the Forth, PostScript, and Mouse computer
programming languages. For sample programs, see the
Linear Regression software.
There is also an excellent RPN calculator program available for the Palm OS called MathU,
available from Creative Creek Software.
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Page last updated: January 27, 2008.