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Lessons-CALC4-HP10BII

# Lessons-CALC4-HP10BII - Finance 2400 3610 3700 Lecture...

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Finance 2400 / 3610 / 3700 Lecture Notes for the Fall Semester 2011 V.4 of Bite-size Lectures on the use of your Hewlett-Packard HP-10BII Financial Calculator © Sven Thommesen 2010 Generated on 9/2/2011

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2 USING THE HP-10BII FINANCIAL CALCULATOR This document is an attempt to summarize some essentials about the use of your financial calculator. If this document is not clear enough, or extensive enough, you are well advised to consult the manufacturer‟s docu mentation (e.g. the 144-page User Guide supplied by Hewlett-Packard.) As computer geeks like to say: when all else fails, RTFM!
3 HP-10BII CALCULATOR LECTURES: TABLE OF CONTENTS Lecture 1: The Basics Lecture 2: Display Formats and Scientific Notation Lecture 3: Internal Representation of Numbers and Rounding Lecture 4: Algebraic Mode. Chain Calculations. Using Parentheses. Lecture 5: RPN Mode. Chain Calculations. [Not in the HP-10BII.] Lecture 11: Clearing the Calculator of old data Lecture 12: Calculator Setup Functions Lecture 13: More Setup Functions Lecture 21: TVM functions or Cash Flow functions: which do I use? Lecture 22: Using the TVM functions Lecture 24: Calculating NPV and IRR using the TVM functions Lecture 26: The TVM functions: Amortization over a set of payments Lecture 29: A note on amortization and rounding Lecture 31: The Cash Flow functions Lecture 32: The Cash Flow functions: Individual cash flows (using CF j ) Lecture 33: The Cash Flow functions: Repeated cash flows (using N j ) Lecture 34: The Cash Flow functions: Cash flows with “holes” Lecture 35: Cash flow data registers in the HP-10BII Lecture 39: Caution: Data entry using TVM and CFLO functions. Lecture 61: Other Calculator Functions: y x Lecture 62: Other Calculator Functions: roots Lecture 63: Other Calculator Functions: compounding. EAR vs. nominal “i”. Lecture 64: Continuous compounding: e x . Lecture 71: Macaulay‟s Duration (D). Lecture 81: Special Bond Functions. [Not in the HP-10BII.] Lecture 91: Limitations on TVM data entry in the HP-10BII Lecture 92: Limitations on Cash Flow data entry in the HP-10BII

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4 LECTURE 1 CALC A NOTE ON SYMBOLS USED IN THIS MANUAL Notice that we have a small problem: standard computer fonts do not have the „division‟ symbol that appears on your calculator. So in this document I‟m using the usual symbol „/‟ instead. Also, for multiplication you may find me using either „x‟ or „*‟. THE BASICS Notice that the calculator holds 8 rows of 5 keys each, for a total of 40 keys. Each key has a n umber or function imprinted on the top in white. This is the key‟s primary or un - shifted function. In addition, some keys have additional functions imprinted on the bottom in yellow, and some keys also have functions written in purple above them. SHIFT KEYS You‟ll see two keys in the left column, one yellow and one purple. These are „shift‟ keys that allow us to execute those functions written in yellow and purple on the keys. If you press the yellow key (which we‟ll call YSHIFT ) you see the word SHIFT appear in the display. (The calculator manual calls this displayed word an “annunciator”.) This means
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