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Yes, calculators are made from plastic ^^
08-25-2014, 10:06 PM
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RE: Yes, calculators are made from plastic ^^
(08-25-2014 09:22 PM)walter b Wrote:  [quote='Lonewolf' pid='17734' dateline='1408994908']

1. 1/X; pi; DMS; EE; ENG; DRG; sqrt; x^2; sin; cos; tan; log; ln; y^x; STO; RCL; Ab/c; Rec>Pol

Seems reading didn't mean acting, thus I'll present the WP 31S to you:

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You can see it fulfills most of your requests. With the HW we can get (HP 30b), it's 149 mm long. And - most important - it's available.

With respect to the importance of particular 'scientific' functions, there are many different opinions here. The design of the WP 31S underwent a few polls on this forum to ensure maximum acceptance. Of course, other surfaces were and are possible, but this one was chosen. As mentioned, you'll find plenty of information about this calculator and its siblings here. Please search and check.

Whatever you'll not find explained there, I'm most willing to answer for you.


I've never seen anything so beautiful in my life; so close to perfection. I know God and His heavenly hosts would be pleased. . .

Forgive my next question; I have nieces and nephews that I want to help, and want to make their debut to the world of math as easy as possible; can this WP scientific calculator be had in direct algebraic logic?
/Silicon Valley Regards
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RE: Yes, calculators are made from plastic ^^ - Lonewolf - 08-25-2014 10:06 PM

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