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I would say the square root of 5 hasn’t been properly rounded, but then again the digits might have been entered manually, which would not be exactly a problem...
(05-04-2018 02:13 AM)Gerson W. Barbosa Wrote: [ -> ]I would say the square root of 5 hasn’t been properly rounded, but then again the digits might have been entered manually, which would not be exactly a problem...

You beat me to it by a few minutes, while I was trying to log in !

I noticed too that the displayed number is Sqrt(5) = 2.236067977499... so if the number was calculated (instead of simply keyed-in) then it was truncated to ...49 instead of rounded to ...50, as would be expected.

Anyway, perhaps the OP has detected something else in the picture ...

Regards.
V.
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A big calculator for Minimalism.

Dodgy button shadows?

Must have been busy that day, only one finger nail painted :-)

cheers

Tony
No ON button?

Though I assume either [OFF] or [AC] buttons, or perhaps any button, will power the device on.

Back-arrow installed upside-down?
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What does the gt Button?
here is a text in surimpression : goodgoods 182-3.

GT is great total ?
Only one thumb nail is painted, that's the error
I was going to say the decimal point is in the wrong place, compared to the Prime... But then on checking Wikipedia, it's examples show the decimal point under the 3. So is the Prime wrong instead???
What is the function of the right arrow?
The calculator seems to be flat, but it is not :
[Image: OS0696-1-1-893e-WmxE.jpg]
There's no ENTER key.
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