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3 principles on HP 10bII Economical Calculator





In this article we talk about three principles on the 10bII as well as economical calculator: (one) two show principles, (2) two functionality principles, and (three) two time value of income principles

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  1. Thank you Travis!!!! Life saver for this old girl!

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  2. Thank you soooooooooo much , very helpful

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  3. Thank you so much! Quick question, how do I go about clearing the memory now. Whenever I hit the gold key then C button, it always shows the 1 payment per year instead of the usual 0.000 that shows Ive cleared the memory

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  4. Thanks Travis…I did not use my cal for a while, this is great stuff-Appreciated

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  5. my problem was changing my payments to year function to 2 per year. Found my way back to this video, and now all my answers are correct again, haha.

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  6. FYI >> Present value(PV) is always negative when you enter it in the calculator. That's why the values are coming out negative instead of positive

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  7. Thank you

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  8. Thanks helped a lot for MBA finance course!!

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  9. where did u get the emulator from for the calculator ?

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  10. Very helpful!!!!!!!thanks!!!!!!

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  11. Thank you so much for this video! It has made me change the negative thoughts I had about my calculator. So appreciated!

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  12. WTF im getting 5.056.25

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  13. Very helpful, thank you!

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  14. Thanks Man, I really appreciate it. You helped me set up my new HP10II+ Financial Calculator. Good stuffs…!

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  15. Awesome. Thanx man!

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  16. nice

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  17. FINALLY a video tutorial that makes sense. thanks man! you're a life saver. bought a brand new calc for my business classes and overestimated my ability to understand how to use it. seriously dude, thanks

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  18. Wonderful stuff Travis. More HP 10BII + Pro tutorials please. Your hard work is much appreciated. 

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