- Purpose of use
- more precision than google

[1] 2020/04/02 00:14 Male / Under 20 years old / Elementary school/ Junior high-school student / Very /

- Purpose of use
- My school's curriculum department apparently thought it wise to have their students solve the logarithmic equation ln(4x-1)=36, and to have them round to three decimal places. Now, most calculators (including Google) only display 10 digits before switching to scientific notation, but ((e^36)+1)/4 is about a quadrillion (10^15). So I had to use this calculator to compute the answer (1077807886778799.057). So thank you.

[2] 2020/03/18 03:23 Male / Under 20 years old / High-school/ University/ Grad student / Very /

- Purpose of use
- Attempting to calculate additional levels of power towers for 3, i.e. 3, 3^3, 3^3^3, 3^3^3^3, etc.
- Comment/Request
- Can you raise the limit on the output to something larger than E+100million? As it stands now, 3^209590327 is the largest power of 3 it is capable of outputting before it just displays infinity.

[3] 2020/03/17 05:45 Male / 20 years old level / An office worker / A public employee / A little /

- Purpose of use
- Calculating pi. It got very, very precise!

[4] 2020/03/16 22:53 Male / Under 20 years old / Elementary school/ Junior high-school student / Very /

- Purpose of use
- More precision than google

[5] 2020/03/13 06:37 Male / Under 20 years old / Elementary school/ Junior high-school student / Very /

- Purpose of use
- I was curious what i! was.

[6] 2020/03/10 13:59 Male / Under 20 years old / High-school/ University/ Grad student / Useful /

- Purpose of use
- To mess around with numbers & prove to my teacher (1/2)^inf does, in-fact equal 0
- Comment/Request
- The ability to choose if the produced numbers comes out as a decimal or fraction, I wanna mess around more

[7] 2020/03/10 04:36 Male / Under 20 years old / Elementary school/ Junior high-school student / Very /

- Purpose of use
- Approximating the sin(1) to as high precision as possible
- Comment/Request
- If possible, please add more decimal places for the complex number calculator.

[8] 2020/03/05 04:05 Male / Under 20 years old / High-school/ University/ Grad student / Useful /

- Purpose of use
- Calculating how much % of the speed of Light someone with 118kg must be to destroy the planet

It was 99,999999999999999999999999776%

[9] 2020/03/03 09:34 Male / Under 20 years old / Others / Very /

- Purpose of use
- N/A
- Comment/Request
- Can you provide examples for the function list
- from Keisan
- Please reffer How to use

[10] 2020/03/01 16:58 Male / Under 20 years old / High-school/ University/ Grad student / Useful /

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