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'This application includes several linear and circular slide rules simulators, a protractor, and an engineer´s rule.Slide rulers: - Savard A: a simplex Log Log slide rule.- Savard B: another simplex Log Log slide rule whith different scales.- Yokota: a Yokota-based Log Log single sided body, single sided slide Slide Rule.- Simple:...
'This application includes several linear and circular slide rules simulators, a protractor, and an engineer´s rule.
Slide rulers: - Savard A: a simplex Log Log slide rule. - Savard B: another simplex Log Log slide rule whith different scales. - Yokota: a Yokota-based Log Log single sided body, single sided slide Slide Rule. - Simple: a classical slide rule for simple calculations. - Circular (a circular slide rule).
Protractor: A precise semicircular protractor emulator which allows you to easily and quickly measure any angle on the screen to the nearest degree, decimal spread, or fractional spread units.
Architectural Ruler: Engineering scale ruler in inches and metric system. Scales in inches include: full scale, with inches divided into sixteenths of an inch, 3/32, 3/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, 3/8, 1 1/2 and 3. Scales in centimeters include: full scale, with centimeters divided into milimeters, 1:2.5, and 1:5.'