Magic Number Machine Scientific Calculator

Is it Free?

Is it PowerPC friendly?

If both answers are yes, it will become a post here, and why not download this scientific calculator which supports complex and hexadecimal numbers.

Follow features:

• 25 accurate digits of precision

• Complex numbers

• Hexdecimal, octal, binary, decimal and 2’s complement display.

• Floating point numbers, even in non-decimal radices.

• A full expression history (go back to anything)

• A graphical display that you can click on to change the entry point

• Value memory limited only by computer memory.

• Statistics functions

• Linear regression

• Matrix functions including gaussian elimination, inversion and determinants.

• Large number of scientific constants built-in.

Magic Number Machine 1.0.30 (Free) 10.4 / 10.5 – PowerPC – http://projectswithlove.com/magicnumbermachine/

Magic Number Machine 1.0 (Free) 10.2 / 10.3 – PowerPC – http://projectswithlove.com/magicnumbermachine/ 

 

Thanks to Matt Gallagher

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Magic Mouse for Mac PowerPC

I was browsing at my local Apple Store and wondered if I could use the Magic Mouse on my PowerPC machine… I never actually stopped to check this information out, and ended up wrongly assuming that Magic Mouse was only for Intel!  Anyways after reading the “System Requirements” here is what I found:

System Requirements

• Mac computer with Bluetooth wireless technology

• OS X v10.5.8 or later with Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0* or OS X v10.6.1 or later with Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0

• Existing keyboard and mouse for setup

• Two AA batteries (included)

So the Magic Mouse works on Leopard, the only thing I have to do it is download this update and start using the Magic Mouse!

* Wireless Mouse Software Update 1.0 for Leopard – http://support.apple.com/kb/DL951

 

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