Use for work, school or personal calculations. You can make not only simple math calculations and calculation of interest on the loan and bank lending rates, the calculation of the cost of works and utilities.
Commands for the online calculator you can enter not only the mouse, but with a digital computer keyboard. Detailed instructions for using the calculator, see below.
[ 0 ], [ 1 ], [ 2 ], ... [ 9 ] - are standard numeric keys;
[ 00 ] - is the key for entering 2 zeros;
[ → ] - deletes the last character entered on the display;
[ +/- ] - changes the mathematical sign of the displayed number to the opposite one;
[ XY ] - raises X to the power of Y;
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[ + ] - addition, [ - ] - subtraction, [ х ] - multiplication, [ ÷ ] - division;
[ % ] - calculates percentages;
[ M+ ] - saves the number to memory with the [ + ] sign;
[ M- ] - saves the number to memory with the [ - ] sign;
[ MR ] - displays the memory content;
[ MC ] - erases the memory content;
[ AC ] - reset the calculator and reset the memory;
[ C ] - resets the calculator without resetting the memory.
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You can use the [Enter] key to enter the equal character.
To delete the last character, press the [Backspace] (arrow) key.
To enter a plus sign, use the [ + ] key at the top or on the side numeric keypad.
To enter a minus sign, use the [ - ] key at the top or on the side numeric keypad.
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You can use the [Esc] and [Del] keys on top of the keyboard, or the [End] key on the side numeric keypad to reset the calculator.
Calculating the square root of 529: 529 [ √ ]. The result is equal to 23.
Raising 3 to the power of 4: 3 [ XY ] 4 [ = ]. The result is equal to 81.
Calculating a percentage of a number: 500 [ х ] 25 [ % ]. The result is equal to 125.
Calculating what percent is one number of another number: 25 [ ÷ ] 500 [ % ]. The result is equal to 5(%).
Adding a percentage to a number: 500 [ + ] 25 [ % ]. The result is equal to 625.
Subtracting a percentage from a number: 500 [ - ] 25 [ % ]. The result is equal to 375.
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The calculator works correctly! The matter is that the calculator calculates the subtotal when you perform each subsequent mathematical operation (addition, subtraction, etc.). Look at the current operation display located to the right under the main display.
Calculations are as follows: 2+2=4, and subtotal is 4. 4х2=8, so, the final result is 8. There are no errors!
The ancestor of the modern calculator is Abacus, which means "board" in Latin. Abacus was a grooved board with movable counting labels (stones or bones).
Presumably, the first Abacus appeared in ancient Babylon about 3 thousand years BC. In Ancient Greece, abacus appeared in the 5th century BC.