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...4) = 5 extra days. Total of 8400 days. (but online day to day calculators say 8401 ... still researching as to the why.) (It must count the birth...

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Use this

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...one. Start with the graph. If you don't have a graphing

**calculator**, there is one at coolmath.com that I use all the time. Since we...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/05/2012

...across the diagonal axis To calculate: Use R->P (make sure

**calculator**is in Deg mode) (1,4) = 4.123 @ 75.96 deg + 180 deg = 4.123 @ 255.96...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/03/2013

...60 or sine 120=0.8660254 . sin x=0.4756 arcsin x=28.3984231 or 28° . counter clockwise rotation : rounding off gives a different value so let sin 28=0.4694715 . ...

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...'s love affair with base-60. In the days of no calculators , they just loved counting systems based on 60, because...

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...wouldn't worry about that now, but if you can find a pocket

**calculator**which has a cosine button you might like to try ... own latitude and multiplying that by the**rotation**speed at the equator to get your own current speed due...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 06/10/2006

...: 2π ∫ x √(1+F'(x)²) dx For a TI calculator , assuming the equation for the curve is stored in Y1...

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...a is a multiple of 180 deg. I guess you are using a

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-sin-90* should be fine, it is pi/2

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