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wtf they don't give you sine
You won't find any questions
You won't find any questions on the GRE that require you to use those trig functions.
Thanks for showing how CE, C,
Question: Why do you have to go 49 AND THEN square root?
Why not press square root then 49 then equals? That's how most calculators do it.
It's true that SOME
It's true that SOME calculators allow you to press the buttons in that order, but not all do. Cheap calculators typically require you to enter the number and then press square root.
As I've said in other videos, the clunkiness of the onscreen calculator typically renders it less useful than applying some useful approximation techniques (unless the question requires a high degree of accuracy).
Its always better to use the
But i have q doubt, do ETS people monitor how many time we have used the calculator and do they consider that also while scaling the score?
I've never heard of that. I
I've never heard of that. I strongly doubt that ETS monitors calculator use by test-takers.
This comprehensive review is
Yeah, I think most people don
Yeah, I think most people don't know what the CE button does :-)
Great realization about saving time by estimating!