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HP 39gII was a scientific graphing calculator aimed at the high school and college/university market. A continuation of the HP38/39/40 line, the 39gII was introduced in October 2011 and is the predecessor of the HP Prime. Programs written for the HP39gII can often be run with little modification on the Prime. The HP39gII differs from the HP40 and HP Prime in that it does not have a CAS and can consequently be used in a wider range of exams.
The official HP 39gII Virtual Calulator for PC along with latest firmware and documentation is avaiable from ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/calculators/39gII.
The HP39gII is still available at some outlets.
The latest HP 39gII documentation is avaiable from ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/calculators/39gII.
HP 39gII Teacher Presentation by HP
Powerpoint presentation introducing the main features of the HP39gII.
HP 39gII User Guide by HP
The official HP User Guide for the HP 39gII.
Learning A Level Maths with an HP 39gII by Chris Olley
UK A Level maths examples explored with the HP39gII.
Maths Activities Pack by Chris Olley
Similar to the book above, but covering both the HP39gII and HP Prime.
HP Graphing Calculators
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