Numerics Calculator & Converter
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4 votes 
I suggest that you fix your calculator because when I did 1+1 it said the answer was 3 and I failed my math test to get in M.I.T. Thanks
I suggest that you fix your calculator because when I did 1+1 it said the answer was 3 and I failed my math test to get in M.I.T. Thanks
1 vote 
4 votes

make more under standable for people to work with
so u do not get confused
3 votes 
to die ur stuff is crap and ur hair cut needs to die
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9 votes 
this.sl=(a,p,f)=>a*((100+p)/100)/Math.pow(1(f/100),2); sl(1000, 0, 0) === 1000 in browser, but sl(1000, 0, 0) === 10000 in ur calc
used latest google chrome
1 vote 
If u enter 2%*20000 the result will be E... the same result for any similar equation.
If u enter 2%*20000 the result will be E... the same result for any similar equation.
1 vote 
Keep the color black
I like black
3 votes 
the website is to dark add some color
use green and black
9 votes 
log(45)
To Whom It May Concern:
I absolutely love your calculator, but I have found an issue with the calculation of log(45) which it is currently rendering as 3.806662489770319757391249807071239048820582469914016625382036559.
This however is incorrect based upon the definition of logarithms as exponents  e.g. 10^3.8 is by no means 45.
Thank you for your help, and keep up the good work!
Chad
6 votes 
hi
hello
10 votes 
it stupit usereal calculator a
it stupit use a real calculator .back in my day we did not have calculators on the computer we just had reguler calculator. i was born in 1962 and its 2020.
1 vote 
change the color scheme
ton something other then black
16 votes 
8 votes

I would like this calculator to be able to handle at least 10^9 numbers.
It's a great Idéa.
11 votes 
we need a 2nd button
The 2nd button
6 votes 
1 vote

4 votes

SIN(45) should equal COS(45) & TAN(45)=1 … But not on your calculator
Your trig functions are wack . . .
1 vote 
2 votes
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