# Slide Rule In A Sentence

We found 24 sentences of 'Slide Rule' to help you understand how to use Slide Rule in a sentence.

• Hand me that slide rule.
• That was Texas Instruments that killed the slide rule.
• Among the keepsakes will be Rutan's college slide rule.
• A slide rule is used for quick math calculations.
• A slide rule is for approximate multiplication and division.
• He got his slide rule out and did some figuring.
• The slide rule for the paint is cool as well.
• A : The slide rule was the product of many mathematical minds.
• It is time to give thanks and put away the slide rule.
• I'm a programmer, though I do happen to own a novoduplex slide rule.
• Q : I saw something about a slide rule saving Apollo 13 from disaster.
• He made the slide rule he used during all his academic years in Ljubljana.
• There were several colors of pencils, even a slide rule, at which she was frowning.
• His improvements to the slide rule were widely useful in an era before modern calculating machines.
• We don't think in bits, and analog computers went out of fashion with the slide rule.
• The slide rule, the calculating machine, and the computer are the enemies of the arithmetic mind.
• The principle, structure and usage of the pan-shaped slide rule of Gray code are introduced.
• Encoding takes many forms and flourishes whether the slip of a slide rule or a slide trombone.
• It's not a math problem that can be solved with a slide rule, or by asking Siri.
• One handy example of how classroom practices can change is the replacement of the slide rule by the pocket calculator.
• In 1815, Peter Mark Roget invented the log log slide rule, which included a scale displaying the logarithm of the logarithm.
• (SEE Logarithm.) The slide-rule (see Calculating Machines) is a simple apparatus for the mechanical application of the methods of logarithms.
• The engineers answered in 1972 with the HP 35, which was the world's first pocket scientific calculator and which quickly led to the obsolescence of the slide rule.
• Alt = A slide rule : two rectangles with logarithmically ticked axes, arrangement to add the distance from 1 to 2 to the distance from 1 to 3, indicating the product 6.