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HP asks kids to design calculators

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Hewlett-Packard on Monday announced a contest aimed at allowing elementary, middle school and high school students to help plan features for the company’s next generation of calculators.

The Create-A-Calculator Contest offers $10,000 in scholarships and prize money, as well as the chance that the some of the winners will find their ideas incorporated into future products.

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