TechCalc+ Scientific Calculator (adfree) v4.5.8 | 9.3 Mb

Requirements: Android 4.1+

TechCalc+ contains 12 computing modes in one application + a handy reference section.

Modes included are:

• Basic Mode,

• Scientific Mode,

• 64-bit Programmer Mode (Hex, Oct, Bin and Dec),

• Graphing (save copy of graph to sdcard),

• Matrices,

• Complex Numbers (cartesian, polar, using Euler’s identity),

• Quick Formulas,

• Quick Converter,

• Time Calculator,

• Equation Solver,

• Calculus (Derivative, Definite Integral, Taylor Series & Indefinite Integral) – requires Android version 2.3 or higher

• Financial

+ the Periodic Table of Elements!

Features include:

• All Trigonometric operations (radians, degrees or gradients)

• Powers & Roots

• Logs and Antilogs

• Factorial, Modulus & Random Numbers functions

• HCF, LCM, Prime factorization

• Pol() & Rec() Functions

• Permutations (nPr) and Combinations (nCr)

• Statistics

• Fractions Mode

• A wide range of conversion categories and constants

• 20 Memory Registers in each of the calculation modes

• Detailed calculation history

• Extensive Help and Reference

• Highly customizable via the Settings

The reference section includes:

• Physical Laws

• Names in the Metric System

• Mathematical Tables

• Elementary & Linear Algebra

• Trigonometric Identities

• Differentiation & Integration Rules

• Statistics Formulas

• Vector Mathematics

• ASCII, Fractional Bits, Roman Numeral & Number Base Converters

• pH, Interpolation, Body Mass Index (BMI), Percentage, Proportion & Molecular Weight Calculators

• Sigma & Pi Notation

• Balancing Chemical Equations

• Statistics (Grouped Data)

• Numerical Sequences

• Humidity Calculations

• Boolean Algebra Calculator

• Empirical Formula Calculator

• Characteristics of an RLC Circuit

• Feet and Inches Calculator



• added Wind Chill Calculator to the Reference Section

• added an option in the “Calculation Parameters” group of the Settings: Calculus / Graphing Calculations: Standard Mode – Treat multiples of x as one unit. Please see the topic “Calculus” or the topic “Graphing Calculations” in the Help Section for details


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