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Blah Tool v. .95

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Name: Blah Tool v. .95
File: blah.zip
Filesize: 3.43 kB
Downloads: 783
Date added: Jan 16, 2005
Platform: TI-83+/SE
Language: Basic
File Type: Program
Category: Science
Last modified: Jan 16, 2005
TI-83+/SE BASIC Programs
TI-84+/SE BASIC Programs


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Rating: 6.3 (Above Average)/10 based on 3 votes.
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Author(s): Brad Sevy

File Description:  Blah Tools version .95 by Purple Heart Technologies Blah Tools is an All-In-One tool. It can can complete geometric functions, convert tepmerature between Fahrenheit, Celcius, Kelvin, and Rankine. It can also convert from Metic to Standard(Mass/weight and distance/length) and vice-versa, find the kinetic and potential energy of objects, convert from Calories(physical) to Joules and vice-wersa, find the energy of antimatter, and find machine effiancy. It can calculate the slope, distance, and midpoint of figures, find their areas, perimeters, surface areas, and volumes as well. And as a recently added feature, it can convert from bases 2-62 from bases 2-62, and can convert to and and from Roman numerals. The only problems as of now are size of the source code. Contact me at b_rizzle@comcast.net if you would like to help me of have any ideas/problems/suggestions for this or a new program.

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Review by: faithwithoutsight Reviewed on: January 13, 2007 at 23:07:15 AM
   
Graphics/Interface: 7/10 It's menus
Playability/Usability: 10/10 Very useful, especially for someone like me who can't convert measurements
Replay Value/Reuse Value: 10/10 I still can't convert measurements well, so I use it a lot.
Controls/Interface: 9/10 Menus.
Overall Value: 5/10 If you're like me, this program definately has value.
   
Comments:  
As I said above, this program is really useful for me, since I have a hard time converting measurements from one system to the next.


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