
A simple % calculation of 10% of 100 is 10.00 this app gives me a total different number
10% of 100.00 is 10, this app shows a total different number, pretty wild.
1 vote 
3 votes

have an x button to help solve p
The x button would help solve the equation/problem
i.e (x+6)squared or 4(2x + 3) +5(x4)
I know there's a way of doing this on a sheet of paper, but for people to check their answers, i think it would be very useful!4 votes 
1 vote

1 vote

Scrolling is broken in conversion selection
I cannot scroll the conversion type selection. I can select Pressure by clicking the top of the box, which is barely visible, but I cannot select anything below it or read the word Pressure.
1 vote 
Fix the digits after decimal point logic.
Make the digitsAfterPoint variable work. I always get 64 digits after the decimal point.
1 vote 
Standard normal distribution table, Theta(z)=1/sqrt(2*pi) INTe^t²/2dt (over inifity to z) = P(Z<=z), Z~N(0,1);
Usage: Just type in a value for z (negative or positive) and press the Standard normal distribution table button.
Should also work backwards (then you put in the probability (0<p<1) and get the z instead) using ShiftButton or corresponding.
z values are between ~3.2 (p=0 for z<3.2) and 0,000 (p=0.5) and ~3.2 (p=1 for z>3.2)
1 vote 
7 votes
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Systems of Linear Equations Button
Add a button where you can type in a system of linear equations and you have to hit the down arrow to tyoe in a new equation to the system or set of equations.
3 votes 
Add DMS converter
Put a button which converts a decimal e.g. 1.5 to DMS 1'30"
3 votesDegreeMinuteSecond converter like here
https://www.dcode.fr/convertangleunit 
repeating sign
when a decimal repeats, use this to show that it repeats.
5 votes 
10 votes

the history "highlighted" part should be more in contrast with background...chose something like gray
the history "highlighted" part should be more in contrast with background...chose something like gray
1 vote 
1 vote
Specially on mobile that would be very handy

Calculating the Percentage is not correct.... 1010% should give 1
Calculating the Percentage is not correct.... 1010% should give 1
5 votes 
6 votes

Less eager selection extension in the converter view
When selecting a number value in the converter view, the selection range is automatically extended to include the unit designator, which makes copy/pasting the value into the calculator view more difficult than it needs to be.
I suggest not autoextending the selection, allowing the user to only select the numerical portion of the result.
3 votesThanks. Please keep sharing your feedback with us

7 votes
can you provide more details please?

look into this:i calculated the complex number i^2,your answer was too long,why the extra term
i^2=1 + 1.224646798818428e16i the answer suppose to be 1
so why the extra term?3 votes
 Don't see your idea?