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Posted: July 15, 2011, 10:19 am - IP Logged

any special calculators that you all use? talk about it here. Not sure if they have much differences other than to "calculate". I see different types of calculators for sale, not sure if I should get anything "specialized"? I'm mainly into pick 3, as I have won before by way of technique and strategy, not luck. But then I'd been losing too. LOL. Nearly won on pick 4 if I had only played the numbers I had studied for the day. oh well...

    sully16's avatar - sharan
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    Posted: July 15, 2011, 10:23 am - IP Logged

    not really, when I get my new computor I am going to get a spreadsheet program, I track everything by hand on paper. One because it's portable and two I can look at several charts at once.

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      lakerben's avatar - spherewall
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      Posted: July 15, 2011, 12:01 pm - IP Logged

      There are a lot of online interactive sites that you can use for square root ,cube root  etc.

       

      Stretch

        Astekblue's avatar - Tarlor
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        Posted: July 15, 2011, 3:48 pm - IP Logged

        any special calculators that you all use? talk about it here. Not sure if they have much differences other than to "calculate". I see different types of calculators for sale, not sure if I should get anything "specialized"? I'm mainly into pick 3, as I have won before by way of technique and strategy, not luck. But then I'd been losing too. LOL. Nearly won on pick 4 if I had only played the numbers I had studied for the day. oh well...

        I  use    a      KS-3000          12     Digit         Profit    Calculator          Office      Depot

         

        It  has   a   Big   Screen   Display    with       Big   Digits    (  which  makes  it  easy  to  see  )

         

        It  has  Large   Buttons   (  which  makes  it  easy  and   fast  to   use   ) 

         

        And  each   time    the    =      (  equal  )  sign  button  is  hit on it.....it  will  go  on  to  the next  level from  where you are at  ( not all   hand  held  calculators  will  do  this  from  what I understand )

         

        Its  a  Great   Feature

         

        And    the     12   digits  will  go    Deep   into   the    workouts

         

         

        My   Good  Friend   Lottolaughs   recommended   it  years ago.............so I bought  one.......and I have never  looked   back

         

        Personally   ........... I  would  never ...... ever ........ consider  any  other calculator ........ but  it

          olplugger's avatar - moon2
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          Posted: July 15, 2011, 3:57 pm - IP Logged

          any special calculators that you all use? talk about it here. Not sure if they have much differences other than to "calculate". I see different types of calculators for sale, not sure if I should get anything "specialized"? I'm mainly into pick 3, as I have won before by way of technique and strategy, not luck. But then I'd been losing too. LOL. Nearly won on pick 4 if I had only played the numbers I had studied for the day. oh well...

          I use just a plain simple calculator.  It has the 4 main math functions plus square root and percent.  I think I paid about 10 bucks for it. 

          Good Luck and Best Wishes with your game.

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