can someone compute this please i forgot my scientific calculator at school $\displaystyle h(n) \:=\:60\left(\frac{4}{5}\right)^{10}$
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Originally Posted by william can someone compute this please i forgot my scientific calculator at school $\displaystyle h(n) \:=\:60\left(\frac{4}{5}\right)^{10}$ 6.442450944 Where in Scotland you from?
Originally Posted by Mush 6.442450944 Where in Scotland you from? Thanks, St.Andrews, yourself?
Originally Posted by william can someone compute this please i forgot my scientific calculator at school $\displaystyle h(n) \:=\:60\left(\frac{4}{5}\right)^{10}$ William, Sure. It's 6.442450944
Originally Posted by william Thanks, St.Andrews, yourself? Glasgow.
Originally Posted by william can someone compute this please i forgot my scientific calculator at school $\displaystyle h(n) \:=\:60\left(\frac{4}{5}\right)^{10}$ If you are using Microsoft Windows, don't forget that under the "Accessories" there is a very capable little program called "Calculator".
Originally Posted by awkward If you are using Microsoft Windows, don't forget that under the "Accessories" there is a very capable little program called "Calculator". Not to mention all the on-line calculators (including Google itself).
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