As a rule they aren't that fast -- they only seem fast compared to a human. For cost and power (long battery life) the processors used by calculators tend to run pretty slow and not have a lot of sophistication. They can throw lots of cycles at a problem and still arrive at a solution fast enough that humans think it was near-instantaneous.Hello,
How calculator calculate so fast add sub multiply divide so fast?
Is there any look up table in processor of calculator?
what is adder circuit?
Adder circuit is reverse of subtraction circuit. In fact electronic calculator is quite slow. normally ASIC built around some cpu core.Hello,
How calculator calculate so fast add sub multiply divide so fast?
Is there any look up table in processor of calculator?
what is adder circuit?
Now RRitesh, what is the point of just posting the first couple of sentences from a Wikipedia article when you are asked a question. Clearly it is not because you understand what you have posted -- or at least never has been so far.what is it?
CORDIC (for COordinate Rotation DIgital Computer), also known as Volder's algorithm, is a simple and efficient algorithm to calculate hyperbolic and trigonometric functions, typically converging with one digit (or bit) per iteration. It is therefore also a prominent example of digit-by-digit algorithms.
Adder circuit is reverse of subtraction circuit.
Eh I'm pretty sure its PFMIt's all done with smoke and mirrors.
I mean in binarydoes adder mean?
2+5 =7 ??
can we do this we digital I.C.?
What this mean?Eh I'm pretty sure its PFM
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