The Effect of Calculators in a Professional Workplace

As a Professional, be it in Mathematics, Engineering, Medicine, Physics or any other career path, there is indeed the need to use various tools or technology in your field to achieve high end results. Sometimes these technologies are seen to produce positive results. Other times, it seems to have adverse effects

When dealing with advanced Mathematical problems, or trying to prove mathematical theorems, lots of research work, mundane steps, and records of theses findings, must be put into consideration. For example a mathematician or physicist will have to understand some programming languages, like python, Matlab etc. to compute equations and generate graphical representation to back up proof of their findings, experiments or research work, in a means to describe in terms of numbers and figures for example, the rate at which an action occurs (like the force of gravity pulling a falling stone at 9.8m/sec^2). It might also be required as a guide in helping publish a professional work or findings to other professionals in the field.

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