This is a weird question but I am curious. Would it be possible to emulate a casio fx-300ms calculator in gimkit creative? More specifically the one on the left. I am referring to copying the calculator as a whole and making it in gimkit. The 300MS can do trigonometry, polar to rectangular conversion, statistics, regressions, and store variables. I pointed to the calculator in the picture.

Short answer, No.

Long answer, you might be able to do it if you spent your entire life adding block codes.

but also, why would you need this?

Well, what other things can that calculator do, other than add/subtract/multiply/divide?

pi’s coming for this math post :0

Short answer: Yes

Long Answer: Do some stuff idk

Why do we need anything in GKC?

For discovery, fun, and bragging that you came up with a complex system

its called “if you can build things in it, there will be limits pushed in it”

Nuh uh, a lot of the math functions are already there and even if they weren’t, would be able to be approximated really closely using other methods.

If anyone comes across this question, and want to make it, it would be a pretty impressive challenge to tackle. First you have to buy the calculator, then you have to recreate everything.

- Pi symbol and e symbol
- Random number from 0.001 to 1, 0.001 step
- Round off on answer.
- Degrees minutes seconds notation.
- Trig functions.
- Hyperbolic functions.
- Square roots.
- Exponents.
- Logarithms.
- Polar / rectangular conversion. Stored in E/F
- Factorials, combinations, permuations.
- 1-variable statistics, for the mean, deviation, and sum.
- 2-variable statistics for regressions
- 10 variables in the calculator
- Engineering notation
- Fractional result in d/c or a b/c
- Convert between degrees, radians, and gradians
- Cubic roots and roots of n

Note: This calculator has 2 lines.

Top display: result entry.

Bottom display: answer

I was just thinking from the standpoint of releasing the map, I realize this forum is for (almost) all things gimkit, however random.

easy

easy

easy

easy (probably)

doable with some simple block code

easy (just use the exponential form of them)

use the function in blockly

easy

use the log function

easy, use x = rcos(theta) and y = rsin(theta)

I think this could be easy?

this would be challenging, also I forgor stats so maybe someone else can do this

properties

easy

I think this could be challenging but still doable

easy, just multiply pi/180 for radians and 10/9 for grads

I think easy

Thanks for your feedback! Now I know that anything is possible. Maybe someday, someone will want to make a calculator that behaves like a casio fx-300ms.

uhh…

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