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HP-35S 'Guide for Dummies' being posted online
04-19-2015, 10:02 AM
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RE: HP-35S 'Guide for Dummies' being posted online
(04-19-2015 09:18 AM)BartDB Wrote:  
(04-19-2015 08:02 AM)walter b Wrote:  Some remarks as I came across various points:
  • Introduction: "... (Google it)." If this shall be a verb it shall not be capitalized AFAIK. And there are, BTW, also other search machines.
  • "... results that have been verified regardless." ? Regardless of what? Verified by which means?
  • Last paragraph contains the reknown English "student" apparently meaning a person visiting a so-called highschool. "Student" is ambiguous though. I'd recommend looking for a better word.
To be continued.


The word "Introduction" is a tile/heading and should be capitalised: (let me "Google it" for you) (note: verbs is in the "Do Capitalize" section). ("introduction" it is not an article, preposition or coordinate conjunction).

Do I need to "Google" or search more for you??????

The word "regardless" in context of the paragraph is "regardless of the previous statement that the reader is advised to confirm their work as they are learning the calculator, the author has verified all examples".

Do you not know how to read in context???????????????

The word "student" can mean "university student". There are many courses requiring calculators and not complex numbers, that is all he is saying.

Now please stop correcting people in a language you obviously know nothing about.

If "in a language you obviously know nothing about" is true of Walter's English I wonder how good your Chiricahua is.
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