Converting B5204T to B5234T

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Re: Converting B5204T to B5234T

Post by RickHaleParker »

precopster wrote: Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:05 am The keyboard I have doesn't express to the power of, so R squared was what was intended.
1 Engage the number lock.
2 Place the cursor.
3. Hold down [Alt] and simultaneously type 0178 on the keypad.
(Must be done on the keypad not the numbers across the top of the keyboard.)
4. Release [Alt]
5. Disengage number lock.

Or you can just use ^, which stands for exponent. 2^2 = 2 exponent 2 = 2² .
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Post by Sommerfeldt »

This is interesting no matter the formula, though. :D

If a 2.0 can be relatively "easily" be converted to a 2.3, that could be a project worth taking on. Quite a few 2.0 engines floating around up here as well, usually quite a bit cheaper than cars with the larger ones.

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