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... Logarithmic functions Absolute value function plus much more. Plotting/Graphing functions. This is the only calculator for Android which could support fractions, you should use fractions with your input and acquire the outcome as being a fraction. Once you rotate the calculator you get a scientific calculator that packs inside a graphing calculator. We have an expression history windows that saves a final 25 calculations, including their result, after ...
... some pretty large hills with some tunnels stretching 3 or 4 kms. Lots of forest and steep river valleys.
Fukuoka is the 5th largest city in Japan. Big and sprawling, but flat so easy to walk.
Did the obligatory sights - temples. Not so good though. Set amongst the high rise buildings and not in nice gardens. Afer Tochoji, Shofukuji, and Jotenji decided to give the rest a miss (easy decision) but have to admit I did walk past ...
... hopping back on the street car and over a couple stops. I then walked about 15 minutes to the base of the Mt. Inasa Ropeway.
This was by far the most overcast day of my trip thus far. It rained last night and there were low clouds around the city. For this reason, Mt. Inasa's summit had no view, and my ticket to the top was half-off. I took the ropeway up to the top, and enjoyed the ride and view on the way. There was an incredible view of the city and the ...
... shoulders and sit down hoping no one kills it. But the stares continue and one woman looks really scared. Remembering I have a wide-mouth water bottle in my other bag I get up again, pull it out, and with the help of the father behind me we capture the amazing creature. The lady across the aisle claps her hands in relief. I find a field at my final stop and everyone is happy.
We booked the flights for this trip way back in August, last year and then didn't do anything more about it, other real-life issues, like work (Andy, that is), family, grandchildren, gardens, etc, taking priority. Towards the end of March, it dawned on us that the time had slipped by and the trip was becoming imminent and so we thought we should start and do some planning. Andy has always wanted to visit Sado Island, home to Kodo, the world renown ...
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