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An electronic calculator that ascertains both real and imaginary roots for algebraic equations.
An instrument combining the functions of a protractor and a set square and comprising two short straightedges connected by a large circular joint with an angular-degree scale.
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Using a Rotring Isograph
ink pen, Abu Shindi managed to create quite a hue of black and white imagery of some of Jordan's most unique if not long gone buildings, according to words scribed behind the card tableaux--some were based on the memorable insight and vision perception of the artist during 1949-1959 supported by his 1984 sketches.
The data input format used has been adapted from the ISOGRAPH
will be showcasing their Availability Workbench suite of software, the latest in a line of Isograph
products to serve the Reliability and Maintenance community.
The values of these indices were predicted using the main statistical model for different geographical points and are presented as isographs
on the map of Estonia (Fig.