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Q: What is A calculator that add by manually sliding counters on a rod?

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Let the number of Yellow counters you already have is Y Let the number of non-yellow counters you already have is Z Then the current ratio of Yellow counters to the total counters is Y : Y + Z Let the number of Blue counters you add be B After they have been added, the ratio of Yellow counters to the total counters is Y : Y + Z + B This is 1 : 6 Thus Y = 1 and Y + Z + B = 6 → Z + B = 5 Which means that for the Yellow counters you have you will have five times as many counters made up of whatever non-Yellow counters you originally had plus the Blue counters you added. Thus to find out how many Blue counters to add, take the number of Yellow counters, multiply it by 5 and subtract the number of non yellow counters you originally had. examples: You had 6 Yellow counters Add 6 × 5 - 0 = 30 Blue counters Which gives you 6 Yellow and 30 Blue counters → ratio Yellow : total counters = 6 : 30 + 6 = 6 : 36 = 1 : 6 You had 4 Yellow counters and 6 Red counters Add 4 × 5 - 6 = 14 Blue counters Which gives you 4 Yellow counters, 6 Red counters and 14 Blue counters → ratio Yellow : total counters = 4 : 6 + 14 + 4 = 4 : 24 = 1 : 6 You had 4 Yellow Counters, 2 Blue counters and 3 Red counters Add 4 × 5 - (2 + 3) = 15 Blue counters Which gives you 4 Yellow counters, 3 Red counters and 2 + 15 = 17 Blue counters → ratio Yellow : total counters = 4 : 3 + 17 + 4 = 4 : 24 = 1 : 6

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spell counters can be used in a varity of ways some card effects can add counters to its self or to others and some cards can only be used by giving up spell counters

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Leibniz's calculator could multiply and divide as well as add and subtract. The pascaline calculator could only add and subtract.

Leibniz's calculator could multiply and divide as well as add and subtract. The pascaline calculator could only add and subtract.

Leibniz's calculator could multiply and divide as well as add and subtract. The pascaline calculator could only add and subtract.

To ADD means to do the PLUS operation, which you can find on any calculator. For example, to add 3 and 4, you type the following on the calculator:3 + 4

Giant Growth does not add counters. It only changes power and toughness for one turn and is not a permanent. Proliferate would not effect a creature who Giant Growth had been used on.

it can multiply,divide,add and subtract.

The calculator was invented because it helps people to add quickly. The calculator can help someone to divide, add, take-away or square root.

If you want to add $5 to $7.50 just do: 5.00 + 7.50 and get your answer.

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