What is better to celebrate Mardi Gras than a Giveaway???
When was the last time you used a calculator? Most likely you used one today, you might use the one on your computer, or in a spreadsheet or maybe you have one in a drawer at home and you needed to do a quick:
- Metric to Imperial translation
- Calculate the gestational age of your future child
- Figure the Future Value of the $35 you are about to spend on your Caramel, Mocha, Vanilla Frappe
- How many cubits in a furlong
- Or the half-life of Strontium 90
Have I got a Contest for you!!
All you need to do is leave a comment answering the following “skill testing” question:
The last time I used a calculator to do a financial calculation was…..
If you leave a comment (with a valid e-mail address, of course), you could win this fabulous calculator (only one available)! Originality counts! Winners will be announced on March 14th!
What would you do with this calculator? Well the kind folks who sent me it gave me the following statement about it:
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Step 3: Obtain the income tax forms â€“ CHECK!
Step 4: Completing your fax formsâ€¦check?
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