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Page 28-Thursdayecember 9, 1982-The ihigan Daily
Why settle for one-size-fits-all?

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Hewlett-Packard has
the right tool for the job.

HPa11C The HP-11C is an
advanced scientific
programmable calculator that gives you
the power to simplify repetitive calcula-
tions with such programming features as
subroutines, conditional tests, controlled;
looping and indirect addressing. Program-
ming on the HP-11C is easy to learn and
easy to use. You can master its fun-
damentals quickly, using the oianer's
handbook, and then modify your work with
the HP-11C's powerful editing features.
Along with programmability, the HP-11C
offers an extensive set of built-in func-
tions including polar rectangular conver-
sions, probability calculations, and hyper-
bolic and trigonometric functions. The
HP-1C comes complete with Owner's
Handbook, long-life disposable batteries,
and soft carrying case.

H Pal hThe HP-12C is a
financial program-
mable calculator - never before has
Hewlett-Packard built so many business
solutions into one calculator. At the touch
of a key, the HP-12C solves time and
money problems, calculates investment
comparisons, determines bond yields,
computes depreciations and more. When
faced with long and repetitive financial
analyses, cut them down to size with HP-
12C programmability. Write your own pro-
grams or take advantage of HP's prewrit-
ten program solutions in lending,
forecasting, pricing, statistics, savings, in-
vestment analysis, personal finance,
securities, and manufacturing available in
the 141P-12C Solutions Handbook. The HP-
12C comes complete with Owner's Hand-
book, long-life disposable batteries, and
soft carrying case.

H P-15C The HP15C is an
advancedprogram-
mable calculator with special functions
that enable you to solve problems involv-
ing matrices and complex arithmetic. The
calculator can also find roots of an equa-
tion (solve) and perform numerical integra-
tion (integrate). With the HP-15C's built-in
matrix functions you can manipulate up to
five matrices (64 elements total), perform
transpositions, determine the norms, and
find determinants. The HP-15C has two
parallel stacks; one for the real and
another for the imaginary part of a com-
plex number. The HP-15C comes complete
with Owner's Handbook;long-life
disposable batteries, acd soft carrying
case.

H Po16C The HP-16C is a
programmable cal-
culator specifically designed for computer
science and digital electronics applica-
tions. With the HP-16C's number base
modes, you can easily convert between
binary, octal, hexadecimal, and decimal
bases. Extensive bit manipulation
capabilities include shifting and rotating
of bits. Select word size, 1's and 2's com-
plement and unsigned modes. With a pro-
gram you can emulate instructions of most
available processors. The HP-16C has four
logical Boolean operators: AND, OR, NOT
and XOR. The HP-16C comes complete
with Owner's Handbook, long-life
disposable batteries, and soft carrying
case.

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Supplement to The Michigan Daily' Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, December 9, 1982

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