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Calculator 2:

Calculator 2:

Calculator 2

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Calculartor

Calculator 2 turns your device into an interactive piece of paper. Simply write a calculation and it gets you the result in real time. Develop it further with editing gestures or by adding new elements anywhere. Reuse previous results with drag and drop. Calculator 2 interprets everything you do on the fly.Pros: This game is great. Seeing it at first I assumed it would be a kids math learning game and well so far it’s not the most difficult game and I’m sure kids would have a lot of fun learning math with it. I definitely would not describe it as a math learning tool it’s an engaging puzzle game with cute art and light humor. I’m not a big math guy and I certainly didn’t think I would want to spend time on my phone doing math but this game is just incredible and addicting and doesn’t feel like I’m really doing math at all. The UI is also super cute and everything is controlled with the buttons on the calculator. When I first saw the store button on the menu I thought it would be some micro transactions but turns out it’s a cute merch store with everything from plushies to t shirts to magnets. If your done playing through the story there are also daily challenges to try which are super fun,

Calculator 2 turns your device into an interactive piece of paper. Simply write a calculation and it gets you the result in real time. Develop it further with editing gestures or by adding new elements anywhere. Reuse previous results with drag and drop. Calculator 2 interprets everything you do on the fly.I have never before written an app review—such is my enthusiasm for this app. I am using a 2018 iPad Pro with Apple Pencil, and the handwriting recognition is incredible. For basic numerical calculations, it is simply stupendous to see a string of calculations reduced to a single solution in one step. The speed and fluidity of writing numbers down and then tapping calculate (or doing it in real time(there is a setting in the menu)) feels like the future of basic calculators. I wish there were more powerful calculation options, or that this input method was available for other calculation tools like PocketCAS or others, but for simple numerical calculations the rapidity is just unmatched. For accuracy or complexity, look elsewhere, but what makes this special is the handwriting recognition. Having used it, I would now pay far more and feel it was worth it—but then again, if it cost more, I might not have tried it out. I wouldn’t hesitate for anyone using a stylus type thing on a notepad sized device. (Source: apps.apple.com)

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A t test compares the means of two groups. For example, compare whether systolic blood pressure differs between a control and treated group, between men and women, or any other two groups. Don't confuse t tests with correlation and regression. The t test compares one variable (perhaps blood pressure) between two groups. Use correlation and regression to see how two variables (perhaps blood pressure and heart rate) vary together. Also don't confuse t tests with ANOVA. The t tests (and related nonparametric tests) compare exactly two groups. ANOVA (and related nonparametric tests) compare three or more groups. Finally, don't confuse a t test with analyses of a contingency table (Fishers or chi-square test). Use a t test to compare a continuous variable (e.g., blood pressure, weight or enzyme activity). Use a contingency table to compare a categorical variable (e.g., pass vs. fail, viable vs. not viable).

This is quite a useful app. It’s helpful to see your math on a page anytime you have the chance to write it down. This time, however, the page finishes your calculations once you show your work. Magic. This is something from the future. Helps me with mundane household budgeting when comparing shopping options. Especially great with the Apple Pencil, where I use this app the most, though the iPhone app is there in a pinch when you’re out and about. Very cool stuff. It would be cool to be able to change the weight of the ink; I think it’s too thick. Altering the auto-calculate time to be a little bit longer would be good too, perhaps as an adjustable setting. (Source: apps.apple.com)

 

 

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