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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
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the website is to dark add some color
use green and black
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change the color scheme
ton something other then black
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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.
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hi
hello
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I would like this calculator to be able to handle at least 10^9 numbers.
It's a great Idéa.
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we need a 2nd button
The 2nd button
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SIN(45) should equal COS(45) & TAN(45)=1 … But not on your calculator
Your trig functions are wack . . .
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times sign
let git it back
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Window/calculator resize...may I please add to the completed suggested?
First, this, by far, has been the best (tothe100thpower) calculator app on any browser I have found!!
I'd really like to be able to resize the calculator window so that ONLY the standard calculator functions are visible and the entire equation screen shortens to show the "zero" on the left while on the right the tools, keyboard toggle, and math notation on/off icons still show. When I minimize to show only the standard calculator buttons the equation screen/window does shorten (Thank you!) But, only the left or right side stays in view. I don't often use the scientific calculator. I…5 votes 
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