Numerics Calculator & Converter
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ab/c button or fraction button
ab/c button is just a button where you back a symbol or something to make it enter a fracton
0 votes 
A button that lets you see the multiples/divisibles of a number
A button that lets you see the multiples/divisibles of a number
2 votes 
1 vote

Algebra calculator!
When I type 3x*2y it says:"Error. Undefined symbol X".
6 votes 
Every time i wanted to convert $ to other currency, it automatically changed $ to ZMK!!! why??
Every time i wanted to convert $ to other currency, it automatically changed $ to ZMK!!! why??
1 vote 
Add a shift key that inverse the original function.
Enables inverse of tan, cos, sin etc. without many more cumbersome buttons.
3 votes 
Fix the digits after decimal point logic.
Make the digitsAfterPoint variable work. I always get 64 digits after the decimal point.
1 vote 
Missing Button. There is no a b/c button
There is no a b/c button (that is fractions)
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 
When we look up a previous formula we can transfer the formula directly to the input line but what we usually want is the result!
It would be nice to have either the formula or the result. If a single tap on the result transferred it to the formula line and a double tap were to bring up the other options!
1 vote 
7 votes
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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 
have a clear all button.
BUTTONS
3 votes 
10 votes

1 vote

3 votes

repeating sign
when a decimal repeats, use this to show that it repeats.
5 votes 
1 vote

3 votes

1 vote
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