Yes, calculators are made from plastic ^^

08262014, 06:50 AM
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RE: Yes, calculators are made from plastic ^^
(08252014 10:06 PM)Lonewolf Wrote: I've never seen anything so beautiful in my life; so close to perfection. I know God and His heavenly hosts would be pleased. . . Thankyou for your very kind words. Nevertheless, you could have found that out yourself (and as a lone wolf you are able to). (08252014 10:06 PM)Lonewolf Wrote: 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; ... A very honourable intention indeed! Wishing you success! (08252014 10:06 PM)Lonewolf Wrote: ... can this WP scientific calculator be had in direct algebraic logic? IMHO, that's a contradiction to the first half of your sentence now. I just found this statement in a vintage HP manual: HP25 Owners Handbook Wrote:The HP system ((i.e. RPN)) takes a few minutes to learn. But you'll be amply rewarded by the ease with which the HP25 solves the longest, most complex equations. With HP, the investment of a few moments of learning yields a lifetime of mathematical bliss. Applies for any RPN calculator. Just food for thought. d:) (BTW, you can truncate the preceding post you quote  not everything must be repeated always. FYI) 

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