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# What is a suitable operating system for scientific calculations?

Answer I dont think it is OS-dependant as much as language-dependant. In other words, I dont think there is much of a difference between UNIX and Windows, …as long as you use a powerful software/language to do your number crunching. Two of the best that come to mind are C and MATLAB. Of course, there is nothing like assembly level programming, if you have the flair for it :).

# What is the difference between scientific and mechanical calculators?

scientific calculators have scientific calculations such as scientific notation, but mechanical ones dont.

# What are the different types of number system?

Their are two types of number systems. 1. Non positional number systems 2. Positional number systems.

# Is scientific calculator is an embedded system?

Yes, the scientific calculator is an example of an embedded system. In fact, an electronic calculator was one of the first applications of an embedded microcontroller. It …is considered an embedded system because in addition to calculating answers, it is also handling low level functions such as input from the keypad and output to the LCD screen. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intel designed their first microprocessor (Intel 4004) for a Japanese calculator company called Busicom to replace a far more complex chipset that the company had designed themselves but was beyond Intel's ability to make at the time. Busicom did build the calculator as an embedded system based on the Intel 4004, but they eventually canceled the contract and gave Intel permission to sell the Intel 4004 to other companies.

# What are the different type of maps available?

you can get maps online or in stores such a traffic and movement

# Is the Hydraulic brake system calculations available?

hydraulic brake system calculations

# What is the difference between a calculator and a scientific calculator?

a calculator adds, subtracts, multiplies and divides numbers and numbers with decimals. it stores single numbers to memory, solves percentages, and square roots. a …scientific calculator does a little more than a calculator. it includes the Greek letter or the numeral pi, finds exponents, roots, plots data, contains the trigonometric symbols sin, cos, and tan, and the logarithmic symbols ln, log, X^10 and X^e

# How do you use imaginary number in a scientific calculator?

Each calculator has its own nomenclature for working with imaginary and complex numbers. Many scientific calculators allow you to just type -1 and hit the square root butt…on and it will give you something like (0,1) or (1,∠90°). In the first example, the first number {the 0} represents the real part, and the second number {the 1} represents the imaginary part. This is what happens on the HP-48 and HP-50 in Rectangular mode. In the second example, the calculator is in Polar mode (degrees), rather than Rectangular. So the first number {1} is the magnitude, and the second {90°} is the angle, measured in a counterclockwise direction from the positive real axis. 90° points straight up and is purely imaginary. If my calculator was in radians mode, rather than degrees, then it would show (1,∠1.57) 1.57 radians is pi/2 (to 2 decimal places), which is the same angle as 90°. An earlier calculator that I had, you first had to put the calculator in complex mode, then you had to push an extra button to view the imaginary part of the answer.

# What is the difference between a scientific calculator and a graphing calculator?

A graphing calculator is a scientific calculator with a graphing display window. Otherwise, there are no limits to the type of calculations that can be made on either of them.…

# How do you enter an imaginary number in a scientific calculator?

Some scientific calculators can't handle complex or imaginary numbers. If you happen to have a special calculator that does, probably the manual will tell you how to enter the…m. The HP 48 and up series does. It depends on if your calculator is in Polar Coordinate mode or X-Y coordinate mode, but a quick way to get the imaginary number i (regardless of which mode the calculator is currently in), is to press -1, then 'square root' button.

# How do you change a number to scientific notation on a calculator?

On most calculator there's a 'ENG' key

# What are the different types of loans available?

There are a lot of different types of loans out there, and banks even make their own types of loans. To sum up the main categories though, there are school loans, housing loan…s, business loans, and just a regular loan. You can even go to a pawn shop and get a loan for a valuable item, coming back and paying it off monthly.

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# What type of phone systems are available?

There are many different types of phone systems. They are all different, however. The phone systems are the KSU-Less systems, the Private Branch Exchange systems, Key systems,… and the hybrid Key and Private Branch Exchange system.

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# Can you factorise numbers on a scientific calculator?

Up till now you can't but hopefully will be able to do so soon.

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# What different types of video security systems are available to the public?

"There are several different video surveillance systems that people can buy. The best one is by Panasonic, it has the best reviews. You can buy them online."

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# What different types of storage systems are available at Ikea?

Ikea has many different types of storage systems. Among the most popular are pantries, wall shelves, clothes storage, racks and stands and small storage solutions.

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# What is the difference between normal and scientific calculators?

There are a number of differences. The scientific calculator has function like tables and memory to store calculation, while a normal calculator can only do the basic calculat…ions.