I realized with all the time I waste fighting with google/microsofts calculator on my PC it would be smarter just to keep a proper scientific calculator on my desk.
What is the /g/ approved scientific calculator (doesn't need to be graphing)?
When I decide not to use wolfram alpha, I use a Ti-89 titanium. However, if all you're going to do is simple number crunching like adding, subtracting, multiplying, and even complicated looking expressions like pic related (i.e. you won't need to graph or solve equations), then I highly recommend using an RPN calculator like an HP 35s
Looking for those hardware buttons
I'm aware of RPN but I find for anything other than simple arithmetic it slows me down (though this would probably get better with practise)
TI82 for work and I keep an 83 and 84 on my desk at home because the nieces like playing uncle worm
>instead of the WiiU and NES downstairs
I can't tell if they're retarded or just addicted to the grind