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 a very good RPN calculator program available for the Palm OS called MathU,
available from Creative Creek Software.
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Page last updated: December 20, 2004.