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@wiljea: You wrote Concerning Wien's displacement law, anyone who has a minimal knowledge of it, knows that the units of the constant is m x K (meter times Kelvin). Notations are made for good reason: They should ease reading and, in consequence, comprehending. Anyone who has a minimal knowledge of ...
These products are not self-explanatory. :shock: They are not meant to be and they even cannot be IMHO. Please note that the symbols used for the constants supported are far more meaningful than just calling them by numbers (as some calculator manufacturers did not too long ago). But students dealin...
Please look at the draft documentation of WP43S at/in GitLab for the constants currently provided by us (see https://gitlab.com/Over_score/wp43s/tree/master/draft%20documentation ). We have all constants (sic!) stored in a table and just point to them. So far, we don't feature the Cs frequency, Wien...
- Sun Nov 17, 2019 8:27 am
- Forum: Discuss!
- Topic: Little Problem with Complex Mathematics on Calculators
- Replies: 27
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... "∞" is not a number. You cannot do arithmetic with it. Depends. IIRC, IEEE 754 takes ±∞ as numeric (and NaN as "not a number"). You can do some arithmetic with ±∞ but have to be careful in transforms of complex numbers. E.g. ∞ ∡ π/2 = 0 + i×∞ which you won't get by applying the standard polar t...
- Sat Nov 16, 2019 8:47 am
- Forum: OFFIMG library
- Topic: Useful Content for the "Ultimative OFFIMG"
- Replies: 18
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The backside of the DM42 is empty still ... if you need it you can attach a periodic table there taking a bigger sheet of adhesive film.