Can be used offline and features all the functions/constants you'd expect, plus keyboard shortcuts, history, and a popout mode.
*THIS APP CAN BE USED IN OFFLINE MODE!
An advanced scientific calculator with all the functions/constants you'd expect, a calculation history, offline capabilities, keyboard shortcuts, and a popout mode for usage with other apps like Google Docs. Drop down menus are used for advanced options to save screen space on netbook and small display devices. Larger numerical buttons allow for easier use with touchscreen devices. Also features a background changer when run in tabbed browser mode.
A great calculator for all students, programmers, and mathletes!
Contains instructions with descriptions of all constants and functions.
Supports a number of different bases including Decimal (scientific and engineering), Hexadecimal, Octal, and Binary.
List of Functions:
abs(a) - the absolute value of a
acos(a) - arc cosine of a
asin(a) - arc sine of a
atan(a) - arc tangent of a
atan2(a,b) - arc tangent of a/b
ceil(a) - integer closest to a and not less than a
cos(a) - cosine of a
exp(a) - exponent of a
floor(a) - integer closest to and not greater than a
log(a) - log of a base e
max(a,b) - the maximum of a and b
min(a,b) - the minimum of a and b
pow(a,b) - a to the power b
random() - pseudorandom number in the range 0 to 1
round(a) - integer closest to a
sin(a) - sine of a
sqrt(a) - square root of a
tan(a) - tangent of a
List of Constants:
PI - pi = 3.14159265...
E - e = 2.71828182...
LOG2E - log of e base 2
LOG10E - log of e base 10
LN2 - log of 2 base e
LN10 - log of 10 base e
SQRT2 - square root of 2
SQRT1_2- square root of 1/2
0.4.3 Solid White background added by request and some scaling issues with Windows 7 fixed. I use Ubuntu things don't always render exactly the same.
More backgrounds, and other feature requests coming.