Do all modern calculators also have physical and chemical constants
useful in physics, chemistry formulas ?
Awaiting your reply,
Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
Answer All that's already in scientific calculators, and computers running Mathematica can do far, far more than that. Fancy integration and all of that are far easier to do on computers, which are approaching scientific calculators these days (tablet PCs). There's really no boundary nowadays between computers and calculators anymore, so this question is kinda moot.
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