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Online Scientific Calculator

  1. Introduction

    This Scientific calculator can solve basic and advanced mathematical expressions. One of the key features of this calculator is its ability to provide step by step solutions for any complex problem, a desired feature for students.

    This online Scientific Calculator also displays Mathematics in a neat format while you input the mathematical expressions, thereby eliminating the errors while entering the mathematical problems.

    You can use this online scientific calculator using keyboard or using the buttons.

    This online Scientific Calculator can be operated in two ways.
    1. Solve Button

      If you use the Solve Button, the calculator provides step by step solution for the entered mathematical problem. After each step, the decimals will be rounded off to the number of digits you selected using round select box.

      After each step, decimals are rounded to the number of places selected in the round select box. This is specifically done to help students in situations where calculations are done similarly.

      However, you need to be careful about the rounding issues and its cascading effect on subsequent steps.

      For example, if rounding is selected as 2,
      (0.0025*4) * 2 will be solved as
      = 0* 2
      = 0

      But if rounding is selected as 3,
      (0.0025*4) * 2 will be solved as
      = 0.01* 2
      = 0.02

    2. Answer Button

      In this case, the calculator process all calculations with high precession and only final answer will be displayed.

  2. It supports the following operations
    1. Basic Arithmetic Operations such as Multiplications, Divisions, Additions and Subtractions
    2. Powers and Roots
    3. Logarithms (log, ln)
    4. Trigonometric Functions (sine, cosine , tangent , cosecant, secant, cotangent)
    5. Inverse Trigonometric Functions (arcsine, arccosine, arctangent, arcsecant, arccosecant, arccotangent)
    6. Hyperbolic Functions ( sinh, cosh, tanh)
    7. Inverse Hyperbolic Functions (asinh, acosh, atanh)
    8. Factorials (!)
    9. Number of permutations (nPr)
    10. Number of Combinations (nCr)

    11. Please note that all trigonometric operations can be performed both in radian and degree mode using the radio button at the top.

      Click here for the details of the mathematical functions supported and examples.


  3. Displayed Mathematics - Settings

    You can control the Zoom options and Zoom Factor of displayed mathematics by Right Clicking on the Mathematics Displayed -> Math Settings

    You can also get the MathML Code Tex Code by Right Clicking on the Mathematics Displayed -> Math Settings -> Show Math As


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Venkatraj.A
2015-07-12 05:49:01 
nice this is stimulated for young student very nice
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CARLS
2014-05-14 16:40:23 

It is alright but I cant do anything involving exponents... or can I???????????????????????????

HELP PLEASE IF YOU KNOW HOW TO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

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Anu
2014-05-15 22:20:02 
Please reply with the mathematical expression you are trying to solve
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Miranda
2015-02-18 01:34:41 
such as 5x^2-45=0 I want to see a step by step analysis and i can't find it.
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Hannah
2015-03-20 08:54:12 
if you click on example it explains what you have to put instead of ^.
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tanaz
2014-04-22 18:04:14 
o o.. it doesn't support integration
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abderrahim
2014-03-29 20:23:14 
i can't write this :
4X^2+2(1-sqrt(2))X-sqrt(2)=0√
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Support, careerbless.com
2014-03-29 20:50:16 
sorry, present version does not support algebraic expressions
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pradip
2014-03-10 10:43:32 
instant calculation superb......
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hamza
2014-03-06 22:53:24 
cos(pi/3+pi/4) ???????????????????
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