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    M/S Calculator

    Hope this is the right Forum for this topic.
    I have the Microsoft Calculator version 5.1(Scientific) in my computer but I can't seem to get it to do ANY calculations.
    I need the sin numbers for 30,40,50,60,70,& 80 degrees.

    Much appreciate ANY HELP.
    Thanx.

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    Re: M/S Calculator

    I assume that you have selected View | Scientific.
    Make sure that Dec (decimal) and Degrees are selected at the top.
    To find the sine of 30 degrees, type 30 or click 3 then 0. Then click the sin button.
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    Re: M/S Calculator

    Thank You KIND SIR.
    Everything works just fine now. My problem was that I was clicking on the sin button first and then the 30.

    Muchas Gracias.

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    Re: M/S Calculator

    If you want to graph out your results, you can try Microsoft's PowerToys power calculator http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloa...ppowertoys.mspx

    Paul

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    Re: M/S Calculator

    In this respect, it works just like most hand-held calculators.

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