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A Big Calculator to Use Online

A Big Calculator to Use Online

A Big Calculator to Use Online

Mirror, mirror, in the app drawer, who’s the fairest of them all? This app promises to make your phone’s calculator look like that of a smartphone from the 90’s, and it’s only 139p on the Google Play Store.

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In some cases, the numbers worked with are so large that special notations such as Knuth's up-arrow notation, the Conway chained arrow notation, and Steinhaus-Moser notation were conceived. Nevertheless, there are certainly scientific uses for big number calculators today, and even if a person may not have any need to use one, it can certainly be entertaining to satiate one's curiosity of what 10,000 factorial looks like on a screen.

Calculator # – The free, multi-function calculator for iPhone/iPad is proud to offer a variety of features to satisfy wide ranges of customers: The App possesses a powerful math core and algebra engine with mathematical display support, making it a viable tool for everyone from those looking for basic calculation to more advanced users, such as scientific computation, engineers, and math students. Calculator # makes available everything you need – including a user manual and tutorial video clips – so you can master the app in a matter of minutes! (Source: apps.apple.com)

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Because of schools closing due to COVID-19 it’s been hard to adjust to online learning especially because i don’t have all of the resources and supplies that i would have at school regularly. Especially in math because i don’t have the money to buy a nice calculator and the school doesn’t provide any. This really saved me because it had all of the tools needed to help solve and understand the stuff that we’re working on and learning at this time. I could just use a website on my computer buts it’s way easier and more convenient to have it on my phone rather than switching the tabs back and forth :)

If you want to perform an operation on negative numbers, you should use the ± button. For instance, if you want to divide −42 by −2, you would simply type 4 2 ± ÷ 2 ± =. If you typed − 4 2 ÷ − 2 =, you would receive an incorrect answer. More information about this can be found here. (Source: www.a-calculator.com)

 

 

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