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Calculators are useful in Math, Science, and Business applications. People use them to get numerical answers from the numbers they get.

In school, it is not uncommon for the math curriculum to include the use of a calculator. I learned how to use a basic 4-function calculator in elementary school, how to use a graphing calculator in college, and how to use a finance calculator in college.

In exams, you are allowed to use a calculator in math and science. On Regents, you are allowed to bring your own calculator. I would use it to solve trigonometric equations.

On the math assessment exam, I wasn't allowed to bring in a calculator, as the online exam provides one. The proctor will give sheets to do the work on. I found out on the exam were easy questions that gives us hints as we have to know how to apply the equations on the questions we were given.

Some professors in college do not allow calculators or allow only certain calculators. When I took MTH 2160 Calculus I the first time, the professor only allows us to use calculators on the latter half of exams. The ACC 2101 Fundamentals of Accounting professor only allow 4-function calculators. In the FIN 3000 Foundations of Finance, we are allowed to use BA II finance calculators as we were taught in classes.

In Japan, math classes are taught using abacuses, an ancient, low-tech arithmetic calculator. The numbers are represented with beads. This was done to help with coordination skills. Abacuses, however, are considered outdated in the business world.
When I came in 2000, I don't went to the first Halloween. As time passes, I did it several times during my elementary school years.

The only time I had a costume was in my 4th or 5th grade where I was wearing a cap. After that I stopped. Usually, my bucket was be nearly full from all the treats. In my 8th grade, I was part of a parade in Jackson Heights. It was fun. After the event, I was tired.

In high school, I have seen some people in costumes as there wasn't a required uniform. However, when I leave school, I have seen kids trick-or-treating at 3:30pm. Some elementary schools allow students to be dismissed early.

On the days leading to Halloween, people will decorate their houses, offices, and restaurants will webs and ghost ornaments. In college, it is not uncommon to see some administrators in costumes.
The first time I played Club Penguin was back in 2007 when I started 6th grade. A classmate recommended me. My user name was Mbc21. I get to play around. I didn’t join a membership because I only go there to have fun, not to show off my bling.

My classmate asked me for my password. I found out he helped me win a free gift. I did get suspended from time to time for harassment and inappropriate language, which violated the terms of use.

I played on during my teen years into the 9th and 10th grade of high school. After that I stopped playing it completely. Before I stopped playing, I get to play as a spy working on missions weekly.

The only time when I heard Club Penguin site was closing when from a YouTube video from Miniladd. I didn’t go to the site. I then downloaded the Club Penguin app, but I only played a few minutes before quitting. It was shitty and I needed a membership go do many of the activities.

I realized that a membership is a Club good, while a free account is a public good.
If you go to any store, you can pay with cash or with card by the checkout counter. From what I know, if one pays with $50 and/or $100 bills, it will be subject to checks.

Bills with large denominations are more likely to get counterfeited. The most basic way to check it is by shining it through florescent light, where you can see the security thread and flashy color prints. Another method to detect counterfeits is with a counterfeit pen, which doesn't leave a mark on a real bill. The third, and the most high-tech, also the most accurate, is with a machine. One just put the bill into the machine and it will come out of the machine if it is real. Western Union will use such machine to speed up the verification process.

Usually, transactions are usually under $100. Sometimes, I go to the bank to change $100 bills into smaller denominations. Depending on the situation, one can expect to pay with a $50 or $100 bill if they don't have smaller denominations, which will have to be checked for legitimacy.

Vending machines do not accept large bills as they do not emit large amount of changes. They usually accept $1 or $5. Some do accept $10 if they sell electronics. Subway and railway ticket machines do accept them only if the person buys a monthly pass.
In late August 2010, a few days before starting high school, my grandpa passed away. My grandpa, uncle, cousin, aunt, and I went to Chinatown to make arrangements before having dinner nearby.

A few days before the funeral, my grandpa had to change cemeteries due to conflicts of traditions. My uncle brought her to another cemetery to make the changes. My father at his company received condolences money totaling several hundred.

On the first day of the funeral known as the "wake," we arrived at the afternoon. The funeral home was empty unlike the day we made the arrangements. We all bowed and burned tons of joss paper for my grandpa. There was buddhist music playing around us. Whenever we go to the restroom, we used the ones at the park as it was a bad omen to use the ones in the funeral home.

During the time, our relatives came later. The only guest attending was my grandma's friend. At the side, there was flower designs, with one done by my father's company. We went to a nearby restaurant to have dinner, but the food was boring. It was mostly vegetarian with a chicken dish. The people working there were given the fruit offering in lieu of tips.

On the second day, the "procession," we came early. We burned more joss paper. After the speech, we were escorted to the vans. The van holding the casket is in front of us. After an hour later, we ended up at Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla in Westchester. We turned our back when the casket was lowered. After that, we threw in our gloves.

After returning, we went to the same restaurant for the lunch. The lunch was better than the dinner before. We had ten courses but it had meats, vegetables, and seafood. We dipped our pieces of shrimp in a bowl of white wine.
Calculators are useful in Math, Science, and Business applications. People use them to get numerical answers from the numbers they get.

In school, it is not uncommon for the math curriculum to include the use of a calculator. I learned how to use a basic 4-function calculator in elementary school, how to use a graphing calculator in college, and how to use a finance calculator in college.

In exams, you are allowed to use a calculator in math and science. On Regents, you are allowed to bring your own calculator. I would use it to solve trigonometric equations.

On the math assessment exam, I wasn't allowed to bring in a calculator, as the online exam provides one. The proctor will give sheets to do the work on. I found out on the exam were easy questions that gives us hints as we have to know how to apply the equations on the questions we were given.

Some professors in college do not allow calculators or allow only certain calculators. When I took MTH 2160 Calculus I the first time, the professor only allows us to use calculators on the latter half of exams. The ACC 2101 Fundamentals of Accounting professor only allow 4-function calculators. In the FIN 3000 Foundations of Finance, we are allowed to use BA II finance calculators as we were taught in classes.

In Japan, math classes are taught using abacuses, an ancient, low-tech arithmetic calculator. The numbers are represented with beads. This was done to help with coordination skills. Abacuses, however, are considered outdated in the business world.

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