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  1. #1
    Highway66
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    With capabilities for complex numbers.

    TIA

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    tuned by RZO
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    Re: scientific calculator for 7650?

    "Highway66" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | With capabilities for complex numbers.
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    | TIA
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    | Highway66
    | "Things are changing/But nothing changes/And still there are changes"

    Define "complex numbers". Did u take a look at Psiloc's range of stuff?
    Might be a calculator there..not too sure





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    michael turner
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    Re: scientific calculator for 7650?

    On Tue, 25 May 2004 16:37:03 +0300, Highway66 wrote:

    > With capabilities for complex numbers.


    Surely it's much quicker, easier, and faster to do scientific
    calculations on something more appropriate. e.g. a scientific
    pocket calculator.

    A mobile-phone just ain't got enough keys for this sort of thing. You'd be
    forever shuffling thru menu-structures just to find the functions you want.

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    tuned by RZO
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    Re: scientific calculator for 7650?

    "michael turner" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | On Tue, 25 May 2004 16:37:03 +0300, Highway66 wrote:
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    | > With capabilities for complex numbers.
    |
    | Surely it's much quicker, easier, and faster to do scientific
    | calculations on something more appropriate. e.g. a scientific
    | pocket calculator.
    |
    | A mobile-phone just ain't got enough keys for this sort of thing. You'd be
    | forever shuffling thru menu-structures just to find the functions you
    want.
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    | Michael Turner
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    Yeap.. get a decent TI calculator... heheh..

    Erm I have to disagree that using a phone as a calc. is hard - on a 9210
    it's not that hard... cos of the full keyboard...lol... other phones'll be a
    hassle nonetheless ;-)





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    michael turner
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    Re: scientific calculator for 7650?

    On Wed, 26 May 2004 09:31:50 +0800, tuned by RZO wrote:

    > Yeap.. get a decent TI calculator... heheh..
    >
    > Erm I have to disagree that using a phone as a calc. is hard - on a 9210
    > it's not that hard... cos of the full keyboard...lol... other phones'll be a
    > hassle nonetheless ;-)


    I suppose something like a 6800 with it's foldout keyboard, may be
    suitable as well.

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  6. #6
    Highway66
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    Re: scientific calculator for 7650?

    In <[email protected]>, michael turner wrote:

    >On Wed, 26 May 2004 09:31:50 +0800, tuned by R?ZO wrote:
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    >> Yeap.. get a decent TI calculator... heheh..


    I've got a decent scient. calc. ( and also a digital camera) but I don't want to
    carry them with me all the time.

    (Complex numbers are those with an imaginary part. For a proper definition:
    http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ComplexNumber.html )

    >> Erm I have to disagree that using a phone as a calc. is hard - on a 9210
    >> it's not that hard... cos of the full keyboard...lol... other phones'll be a
    >> hassle nonetheless ;-)

    >
    >I suppose something like a 6800 with it's foldout keyboard, may be
    >suitable as well.


    IMHO even if it is difficult to type a complex number and select the calculation
    of its modulus (or argument), it is much easier (and faster) than making it by
    yourself.

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