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Ken Peoples wrote:

Somewhat off topic, but why is it called number "crunching". I can't think of what the analogy is. Is the sound of the old fashioned calculators with paper? Best regards, Ken Kenneth S. Peoples, P. E.
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Because it sounds much more "cooth" than "number ingestion, digestion, and regurgitation."

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