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DISCLAIMER: I am not a rocket scientist, merely an amateur that has read a lot of books.
Any and all of the information on these pages may be incorrect or inaccurate.
They are all easy enough to manage on an average scientific calculator, a computer spread sheet, or a slide rule for that matter.
If needed, the reader should review the rules on Significant Figures.
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