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Long Scale Alternate Answers

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 34
Uploaded: 2018-09-01

Use long scale text labels (million, milliard, billion, billiard, etc.) when displaying alternate answers.

Add a new toolbar

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 93
Uploaded: 2018-06-07

Add two pages of comparison operator toolbar to the long-press of 9 in scientific mode.

Reverse Selected

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 55
Uploaded: 2018-06-01

Reverse the order of the selected item on the stack and all items higher (newer). So the selected item swaps places with the x register, next oldest item swaps with the y register, etc.

Add Selected

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 64
Uploaded: 2018-05-31

Sums the selected item and all items higher (newer) on the stack

Sequence

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 57
Uploaded: 2018-05-30

Apply a function to all integers in a specified range, and push each result to the stack. So, it basically works exactly like \(\sum \left ( f, v, y, x \right )\), except that it pushes each calculation rather than adding them and returning the sum.

Unit Conversions

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 61
Uploaded: 2018-05-30

9 common unit conversions

Scientific Constants

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 70
Uploaded: 2018-05-30

20 common scientific constants

Standard Variables

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 65
Uploaded: 2018-05-26

Declare 26 standard letter variable registers

Perfect Zero

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 53
Uploaded: 2018-05-26

Use the various rationalize snippets already posted to try to turn the results of MathZero into a perfect number. This can replace the standard MathZero in the toolbar if you so choose. Unfortunately doesn't play nice with the other solver functions the way the stock MathZero does.

solve

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 54
Uploaded: 2018-05-26

Compute \(\text{solve}\left ( f_{1}= f_{2}, v, x \right )\) where \(f_{1}\) is in the t register, \(f_{2}\) is in the z register, \(v\) (the variable to solve for) is in the y register, and the initial guess for an answer is in the x register.

Add in Place

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 56
Uploaded: 2018-05-25

Replace the standard + button with a + button that will treat the selected line in your stack as the top of the stack. So, selected line is replaced with sum of selected line and the line above it. Works exactly like normal + if nothing is selected. It should be pretty obvious from this snippet how to replicate for −, ×, and ÷

Rationalize Square Root

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 55
Uploaded: 2018-05-24

Turns a decimal value in the y-register into the closest \(\frac{a\sqrt{b}}{c}\), where maximum value of c is in the x-register.

Rationalize π

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 55
Uploaded: 2018-05-24

Turns a decimal value in the y-register into the closest \(\frac{a\cdot \pi}{b}\), where maximum value of b is in the x-register.

Hyperbolic Secant

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 59
Uploaded: 2018-05-23

Add \(\text{sech}\) and \(\text{sech}^{-1}\) as long-press on existing \(\cosh\) and \(\cosh^{-1}\) buttons. It should be pretty obvious from this snippet how to replicate for \(\text{csch}\) and \(\text{coth}\).

Lots of Named Colors

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Author: vanLudwig
Views: 62
Uploaded: 2018-05-22

Here's 140 colors as defined by .NET and formatted for use in your <appearance> section. Use them however you like.