
#1
Jan2711, 11:21 PM

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Does anyone know of a free scientific calculator for the PC? The one that comes with W7 is crap and I'm tired of using matlab or wolframalpha for the most basic of calculations.




#2
Jan2811, 04:25 AM

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Google? While it can't do memory (I guess you could open up multiple tabs and copy and paste) it can do unit / base conversions and all of the scientific calculator type stuff I've thrown at it:
http://www.googleguide.com/calculator.html 



#3
Jan2811, 12:27 PM

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What's wrong with the Windows calculator? I use it all the time for basic calculations. In Standard mode, it's just a simple calculator, but in Scientific mode it has a lot more capabilities. There are also Programmer and Statistics modes.




#4
Jan2811, 04:26 PM

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Calculator for the PC 



#5
Feb111, 09:43 AM

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#6
Feb111, 04:38 PM

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I use a python shell (which has most of the functionality of matlab if you throw in some libraries)




#7
Feb111, 07:03 PM

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I rarely use a PC for the most basic calculation. I've got a Casio scientific calculator handy: http://www.casio.com/products/Calcul...cial/FX115ES/ 



#8
Feb111, 07:09 PM

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This looks like a reasonable option. I prefer RPN, though, and the OP may not.
http://www.calculator.org/OrderESDWin.aspx 



#9
Feb911, 03:10 AM

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