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Rule of the "Calculator" Keyword

Scenario
You are working with math or measurement or conversion Key Concept and you encounter Keywords that include "Calculator".

Action
Ignore these because these do not show Learner Intent. They show an Immediate Need for information.

Example
Key Concept is "Average Rate of Change".
Keywords we do not select: "average rate of change calculator"
  1. "rate of change calculator"
  2. "find the average rate of change calculator"

Keywords we do select (as Secondary Keywords):
  1. "how to calculate rate of change"







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