App Specs |
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File size: 277.92 KB |

Version: 1.3 |

Released: January 12, 2011 |

Updated: January 9, 2013 |

Description

This Calculator allows you to type directly your calculation in the type box and copy and paste the result anywhere

Very Simple of use.

**Examples of valid regular expressions**:

"3+4" =7

"5*6" = 30

"4+(3.5*8)" = 32

"100/3" = 33.333333333

"sin(0.5)" = 0.479425538

"2.5^3" = 15.625

"cos(1/20)+sin(1/30)+cos(1/50)" = 2.031877428

"(1+2.2)*(3.1+6.6)" = 31.04

"(2*(3/(4+(5-3))))" = 1

"sqrt(2)" = 1.4142136

**All standard operators are supported, as follows**:

, -, *, /

unary -

^ raise a number to the power of the other

% modulus

**In addition, the following mathematical functions are supported**:

sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan, log, log2, ln, exp, abs, sqrt, sinh, cosh, tanh, asinh, acosh, atanh,

ceil, floor, round, trunc, rint, near, dtor, rtod

Arguments to transcendental functions are in radians.

dtor and rtod convert from degrees to radians and vice versa

Expressions can contain parentheses to group subexpressions together, nested to any depth.

Arguments to functions must be in parentheses. You can have as much extra whitespace in

the expression as you want - it will all be ignored.

log is the base 10 logarithm, ln is the natural (base e) logarithm. log2 is to base 2.

exp is e to the power of the argument - to get the inverse of a base 10 log, simply

use 10^x where x is the argument.

All math is done in double precision floating point.

If you want to see more functions added to the calculator just e-mail us.

Very Simple of use.

"3+4" =7

"5*6" = 30

"4+(3.5*8)" = 32

"100/3" = 33.333333333

"sin(0.5)" = 0.479425538

"2.5^3" = 15.625

"cos(1/20)+sin(1/30)+cos(1/50)" = 2.031877428

"(1+2.2)*(3.1+6.6)" = 31.04

"(2*(3/(4+(5-3))))" = 1

"sqrt(2)" = 1.4142136

unary -

^ raise a number to the power of the other

% modulus

sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan, log, log2, ln, exp, abs, sqrt, sinh, cosh, tanh, asinh, acosh, atanh,

ceil, floor, round, trunc, rint, near, dtor, rtod

Arguments to transcendental functions are in radians.

dtor and rtod convert from degrees to radians and vice versa

Expressions can contain parentheses to group subexpressions together, nested to any depth.

Arguments to functions must be in parentheses. You can have as much extra whitespace in

the expression as you want - it will all be ignored.

log is the base 10 logarithm, ln is the natural (base e) logarithm. log2 is to base 2.

exp is e to the power of the argument - to get the inverse of a base 10 log, simply

use 10^x where x is the argument.

All math is done in double precision floating point.

If you want to see more functions added to the calculator just e-mail us.

What's New

Fix name consistency of the App

**Scientific Calculator** (com.thebearflagrepublic.calculator) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Software.com.

**Operating System:** Mac

**Default Install Path:** /Applications/Scientific Calculator.app

**Bundle Identifier:** ScientificCalculator (com.thebearflagrepublic.calculator)

**Copyright:** 2011 The Bear Flag Republic LLC.