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CALCCalculator
CALCCalculation
CALCCalculus
CALCCalculate
CALCCalculated
CALCCitrix Authorized Learning Center
CALCCumbre de América Latina y el Caribe Sobre Integración y Desarrollo (Spanish: Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean on Integration and Development)
CALCClergy And Laity Concerned
CALCCommunity Alliance of Lane County (Eugene, OR)
CALCCustomer Access Line Charge
CALCCambridgeshire Association of Local Councils
CALCComputational Approaches to Linguistic Creativity (Workshop)
CALCCryptography and Lattices Conference
CALCCarrier Access Line Charge
CALCCargo Acceptance & Load Control
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Consistent use of the conventional rule of order so that entering 2 + 3 x 4 into a calculator and generating the result will give 14 (instead of 20, which is still the case for many calculators and phones not designed for education).
Simply Visual features a collection of personal finance calculators designed to educate and guide consumers faced with common personal finance decisions.
Through the statistical analysis, the report illustrates the global and Chinese total market of Calculator industry including capacity, production, production value, cost/profit, supply/demand and Chinese import/export.
Dubai -- Casio Middle East announced the launch of the world's first standard scientific calculator with an Arabic display.
The Vietnam 2050 Pathways Calculator (or the Vietnam 2050 Calculator) is an innovative web-based computer model, showing Vietnam s energy demand and supply and how they interact with the country s greenhouse gas emissions.
Pocket electronic devices became widespread in the 1970s, especially after the invention of the microprocessor developed by Intel for the Japanese calculator company Busicom.
The new scientific calculator appears as you type a search query involving any equation or simply typing 'calculator' without navigating away from the main site.
In theory, the calculator is a computational aid that will enable the GED test to better measure students' problem-solving abilities rather than their arithmetic skills.
An iPhone and iPod Touch graphing calculator application developed by programmer Gabor Nagy was released last year.
The net price calculator disclosure requirement is part of the Higher Education and Opportunity Act (HEOA), which reauthorizes the Higher Education Act.
The HP Business Consultant is the first device based on the new HP calculator industrial design platform that unites style and usability to deliver visually distinct and meaningful elements across the company's calculator lineup.
Originally developed in 2003, the calculator has been updated using data from the 2004 and 2005 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.