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Old 07-28-2009, 09:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know of a free or pay Ohm's Law application for BB?

I had a great app for my Palm (Lecti-Calc) but it is not BB compatible.
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mmm... V=IR
lol just kidding, I don't know of any. I do know that the iPhone has lots of free and really intense scientific apps...
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I know. It's funny how in this one area Blackberry is severely lacking.

I think the new Iphone is in my near future. This is yet one more straw in favor of the Iphone over my Bold.
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Wirelessly posted (overwhelmingly stressed)

That inded would be handy

But heck good old pencil and paper works to
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Yeah, I know. A regular calculator works fine, but I really like the complexity and speed of a program. I can get several answers at one time and also use any two fields to change the data in the other two.
For now I bring my Palm T/X with me if I really need to get serious. Other than that the calc in my phone works OK.
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There are online ohm's law calculators available too. Online Conversion - Ohm's Law Calculator works through the BB web browser.

Pros: the web-based calculators don't take up any precious device memory.
Cons: you need a signal to use it.

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