### Some articles on *calculating*:

**Calculating**

... The more useful of the Goldberg, et al ... formulas is the following A Mathematica notebook using this formula to calculate arbitrary spin-weighted spherical harmonics can be found here ...

... this capacitor from the circuit we find

**Calculating**the impedance seen by the capacitor with the input shorted we find

**Calculating**the impedance seen by the capacitor with the input open we ...

**Calculating**Machines

... In 1887 Bollée began work on three

**calculating**machines the Direct Multiplier, the

**Calculating**Board and the Arithmographe ...

**Calculating**Trigonometric Functions

... Today scientific calculators have buttons for

**calculating**the main trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tan, and sometimes cis and their inverses ... chips used in most personal computers have built-in instructions for

**calculating**trigonometric functions ...

**Calculating**God

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**Calculating**God is a 2000 science fiction novel by Robert J ...

**Calculating**God received nominations for both the Hugo and John W ...

### Famous quotes containing the word calculating:

“Sin in this country has been always said to be rather *calculating* than impulsive.”

—Frank Moore Colby (1865–1925)

“Because relationships are a primary source of self-esteem for girls and women, daughters need to know they will not lose our love if they speak up for what they want to tell us how they feel about things. . . . Teaching girls to make specific requests, rather than being indirect and agreeable, will help them avoid the pitfalls of having to be manipulative and *calculating* to get what they want.”

—Jeanne Elium (20th century)

“[The] elderly and timid single gentleman in Paris ... never drove down the Champs Elysees without expecting an accident, and commonly witnessing one; or found himself in the neighborhood of an official without *calculating* the chances of a bomb. So long as the rates of progress held good, these bombs would double in force and number every ten years.”

—Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)