TI-52 manual

From: McFadden, Mike <mmcfadden_at_cmh.edu>
Date: Fri Oct 17 12:55:43 2003

Actually the first calculator I bought in graduate school was a TI-52, I still have it and the manual. Please email me an address and I will email you a scan of the manual. My battery packs are shot but I have saved them. I also have the case. The 52 could do factorials and logs. It was really handy for computing probabilities using factorials for my statistics classes.

When I first went to college they had a remedial class for students who didn't know how to use a slide rule. I already knew how since my grandfather gave me one in 6th grade. I used a slide rule all through college until 1975 when I bought a calculator.

m m c f a d d e n a t c m h . e d u

> Hi, my name is Tobias and i own a TI-52 calculator. As it was given to me,
i'd really like
> to program it(thoug it's as old as me).
> But this model is too old, and i can't get a manual for it.
> So i'd like to enquire whether you know how to get a manual for the TI-52.
> Thanks in advance!
> best regards
> Tobias Petschke
Received on Fri Oct 17 2003 - 12:55:43 BST

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