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Topic: EE key on calculator
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Don Girod

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Re: EE key on calculator
Posted: Jan 5, 1997 10:17 PM
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Volfy (twd5@shell.one.net) wrote:
: Hi,
: I was wondering why the scientific notation key was labeled EE on my
: calculator.
: Thanks for any info.
: -LH
Well, back in 1973, when I read my manual for my Texas Instruments SR-50,
they told me it stood for "Enter Exponent". Since they probably invented
the key about then, this has to be correct, right?







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