Why do calculators have different answers?

Why do calculators have different answers?

But how come one calculator of the same brand said that the answer is 1? The difference has something to do with the mode or the program of the calculator. For one, not all calculators follow the order-of-operations hierarchy, which leads to a different interpretation of the equation.

What does 1 1 incendies mean?

means. they are looking for 2 guys one is their father and one is their mother’s lost child i.e their elder brother. So in their perspective 1 guy is Father and 1 guy is Elder brother (in their mother’s perspective 1 guy is Father of her children and 1 guys is her son).

Why are phones and calculators different?

One common explanation for the discrepancy between the phone and the calculator is that phone company engineers intentionally reversed the calculator layout because their research showed that people who were already adept at using a calculator punched the buttons too quickly for the telephone switching equipment to …

Why do we all think 1 + 1 is 2?

However, the value isn’t 2. Then, why do we all think 1+1 = 2? Because if 1+1 does not equal two, many formulas you know are probably not correct. So people made 1+1=2 a given fact It takes 360 pages to prove 1+1=2. (I’ll try my best to answer this so that many people can understand.) I mean, most people would say 1+1 does equal 2.

Why does 1 + 1 = 2 [ / math ]?

So 1 + 1 = 1 3/4 This is actually a much deeper question than it may appear, for two reasons. First, it took hundreds of very dense pages for Russell and Whitehead to get to this result in Principia Mathematica. Second, it depends on what we are adding. As purely imaginary entities (numbers) then 1 + 1 = 2.

Why does it not prove that 1 + 1 = 2?

One might argue that that doesn’t prove that 1+1=2 because 1+1=2 is a necessary truth and you cannot get necessity from experience (as per the history of philosophy). If one thought that all knowledge comes from experience one might then, like Quine, think that it is possible that we could have experience that dis-confirmed mathematics.

When does ” 1 ” always mean a value of one?

“1” always means a value of one, unless it is in base zero, but base zero is very strange and I don’t really even understand it. In base two, “1” means one just like in most bases, but “2” does not exist in base two.