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Happy Pi Day (3.14)!

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Associate Professor

Re: Happy Pi Day (3.14)!

I'm old enough to remember when slide rules were allowed in High School, but Bowmar Brains were not.

Was around the time when TI-57s came out. They were great too, but weren't very reliable after a year or so.


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Re: Happy Pi Day (3.14)!

Huh I had to look up Bowmar Brains. 

 

Reggie, those TI-82 graphing calculators were pretty neat sometimes. You could program games in them or somehow transfer games onto the calculator; I had a bowling game on mine XD

 

-Liz

 

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Associate Professor

Re: Happy Pi Day (3.14)!

TI 57/58/59s had a zip card to play Moon Lander, if I reall.


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Distinguished Professor II

Re: Happy Pi Day (3.14)!

Students these days use those fancy calculators to cheat on tests...

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Re: Happy Pi Day (3.14)!

There have always been crafty cheaters... LOL

 

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