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Old 03-24-2018, 09:19 AM
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Originally Posted by BoSox 15 View Post
Let me preface this by saying I have no clue what forum this belongs in so if mods deem this to be the inappropriate forum, please move. I figure that a forum on economics would have users able to answer my question.

I'm looking for a portable 10 key calculator that functions in the same manner as an adding machine. That is if I want to perform 10-2, my keystrokes would be 10(+) 2(-).

Google presents almost too much information because I'm not sure what keywords I should search on in order to find the calculator that I'm looking for. The ideal model is something similar to the Sharp QS-2130(QS-2130 | Solar Calculators | SHARP) but the $45 price tag is a little higher than I want to spend.

If, however that's the only game in town, then I guess that's what I'll buy.

Thanks for reading my random question!
The SIMPLE answer IS: BUY IT.

If they go for $45, they go for $45. Pony up the $$$ and just do it. IF it does exactly what you want. If a $10 won't do it for you, get the $45 model.

If not, maybe it's time to relearn a new model.

It may be the only one still made likeyou want. So GET IT.

easy, and no offense.

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