ScienCalc is a convenient and powerful scientific calculator. ScienCalc calculates mathematical expression. It supports the common arithmetic operations (+, -, *, /) and parentheses.
Version: 1.3.28ScienCalc is a convenient and powerful scientific calculator. ScienCalc calculates mathematical expression. It supports the common arithmetic operations (+, -, *, /) and parentheses.
License: Free To Try $15.00
Operating System: Windows
The program contains high-performance arithmetic, trigonometric, hyperbolic and transcendental calculation routines.
All the function routines therein map directly to Intel 80387 FPU floating-point machine instructions.
Find values for your equations in seconds:ScienCalc gives students, teachers, scientists and engineers the power to find values for even the most complex equation set.
You can build equation set, which can include a wide array of linear and nonlinear models for any application: *Linear equations *Polynomial and rational equations *Nonlinear exponential, logarithmic and power equations *Pre-defined mathematical and physical constants
Understandable and convenient interface:A flexible work area lets you type in your equations directly. It is as simple as a regular text editor. Annotate, edit and repeat your calculations in the work area. You can also paste your equations into the editor panel.
Example of mathematical expression:
- 44E-4 * (x - 187) + (2 * x) + square(x) + sin(x/deg) + logbaseN(6;77)
- History of all calculations done during a session can be viewed. Print your work for later use. Comprehensive online help is easily accessed within the program.
- Scientific calculations
Unlimited expression length *Parenthesis compatible *Scientific notation *More than 35 functions *More than 40 constants *User-friendly error messages *Simple mode (medium size on desktop)
- Paste expressions into ScienCalc *Comprehensive documentation *All the benefits that Windows bestows, such as multi-tasking and print formatting are available
Version 1.3.28: Enhancement of the underlying algorithms
Version 1.3.27: Higher precision improvements
Version 1.3.26: Enhancement of the underlying algorithms
Version 1.3.25: Higher precision improvements
Version 1.3.24: Higher accuracy and larger extents
Version 1.3.22: Floating-point mechanism incorporated
Version 1.3.21: Enhanced performance and internal optimization
Version 1.3.20: Overhaul of the underlying algorithms
Version 1.3.19: Higher accuracy and larger extents
Version 1.3.18: Higher precision improvements