I miss typed the last section: Read as ->D(10) =>CI(3) ->Ci(4) *T(36.9) ->S(36.9) *CI(5) So, we have four actions, three hairline moves and one slide move withsliderulenut
Paul, I have a three cosine solution using two proportions but it is messy and takes more operations. Here is a typical problem used by EEs that the Darmstadtsliderulenut
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