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post em
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>>86929505
Bigclive's pink calculator, gives +10 str -2 cha +4 wis.
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For me, it's pic related. If I need something more advanced Ti-84 Plus. If I need a financial calculator It's the HP 12c.
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>>86929505
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>>86930068
>windows 11 calculator
For me it's Windows 7/8/10LTSC calculator
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>>86930068
Based Spanish spawns
Onions latinoamericano tambien pero tengo mi win en ingles lol
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$ bc -l
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>>86930233
>Onions
¿Chicano o boludo?
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>>86929505
ok
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>>86930948
>HP 50G
Bro, based.
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Enter
(√1.000003 - 3×√1.000002 + 3×√1.000001 - 1)^(-1/3)
and post the answer it gives you.
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>>86930948
Nice collection, anon
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Android calculator is pretty neat
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The best calculator that is also legal for all engineering courses and exams
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>>86931899
That's not an HP 35s
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i use this
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>>86933532
>>>/out/
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>>86933532
How does this happen?
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>>86933560
By you missing the joke
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>>86929505
I have two good ones,
Calculator 1:
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>>86934163
Calculator 2:
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Unfortunately this isn't my photo, but I really want one.
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>>86934896
One more photo.
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>>86933532
came here looking for this
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>>86929505
>STILL using 7 segment displays
Why are you wasting power on extra information?
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Calculators are bloat
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What's the best way to display numbers?
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>>86935374
Nixie tubes
>no compromise digits
I regret not buying a 4 operation calculator that used a peculiar digit display 6 years ago. It is deemed as rare calculator. I think the brand was Citizen. It had a flashy (ugly) shell.
>>86935094
It is a de-facto standard.
The old Sharp EL-811 seems to use that kind of "font"
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>>86935374
Honestly sports looks very readable but I'd need to see more numbers of each front cause an 8 is usually round and the roundness of the sport font is ideal for it. I wanna see more sharper numbers.
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The first graphing calculator
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>>86935781
From the video "Segmented Displays" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTB5XhjbgZA
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>>86931241
Cool. Thanks to thrift stores, I used to have pretty much the entire TI graphing calc line short of the 92 & Voyage (this was just when the TI84 models started coming out.) Eventually decided I wasnt doing anything with them, the screens could go bad, and I was sitting on money, so I sold most of them off.

>>86934896
Those vintage calculators got some soul. Lots of cool shapes and lines to be found.
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>>86936370
Wish gaps were smaller. I wonder how practical having a 2 layer lcd would be. Could use top lcd for normal segment and bottom lcd to fill in the blank spaces between the segments.
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>>86929505
The TI-83 Plus is literally all you need. Any more, and you might as well not even learn math.
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>>86935718
Are those real nixie tubes?
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>>86937054
I got one of pic related at a thrift store for a couple bucks and have been using it rather than my computer on occasions. It being programmable without being a larger graphing calculator is kind of neat.
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>>86939012
I should also mention, the metric-American unit conversion buttons are pretty neat as well.



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