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Melody: What are some of the "amazing" things that your ohline can do and that my HP scientific calculator can't do:

1-Can this calculator do integration?

2-How many memory registers does it have(my HP has 26)?

3-Is it programable? I can program up to 400 equations in it?

4-Does it have any scientific comstants in it? My HP has about 50 constants stored in it.

5-Why when you enter 250!, it can't cope with it and says "infinity" which is ridiculous. It should say something like "overflow"!. It's less than 10^500 digits long.

6-Its Gamma function is wrong by a mile, especially if you use a relatively large number, such as 20.5!

7-Can it do statistics calculations?

8-Can it do coversions of weights, volume, lengths, temperatures...etc.?

9-Can it calculate in any base that you want?

10-Can it solve TVM or financial problems, such as PV, FV, I%, PMT, N....etc.

11-My HP still has dozens more features that your Web 2.0 doen't have.....etc.

12-To my eye, your web 2.0 calculator is simply "run of the mill online calculator"

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Like I said.  I do not know all the things this calc can do.

 

Even things I have been shown I have largely forgotten.  

The user guide is extremely limited so it is very difficult to discover or rediscover things.

I do not think that this is the be all and end all of calcs but it does have some nice features.

I do not have a Hewlett packard calculator.  Nor do I have any money in my pocket to buy one.   The web2.0 calc is available for free so at least i can afford it.  That is a good start.

 

Most of your points I do not know the answers to.

This calc can certainly do logs in any base.  

 

Yes, there are many great (free) calculators that can do some jobs amazingly well.  

This web2.0calc is one of them.

 

Why do you care so much?  You have a calculator that you like.  Don't you have better things to concern yourself with?

Melody  Aug 30, 2015
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Like I said.  I do not know all the things this calc can do.

 

Even things I have been shown I have largely forgotten.  

The user guide is extremely limited so it is very difficult to discover or rediscover things.

I do not think that this is the be all and end all of calcs but it does have some nice features.

I do not have a Hewlett packard calculator.  Nor do I have any money in my pocket to buy one.   The web2.0 calc is available for free so at least i can afford it.  That is a good start.

 

Most of your points I do not know the answers to.

This calc can certainly do logs in any base.  

 

Yes, there are many great (free) calculators that can do some jobs amazingly well.  

This web2.0calc is one of them.

 

Why do you care so much?  You have a calculator that you like.  Don't you have better things to concern yourself with?

Melody  Aug 30, 2015
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Here's some troll bait for you Nauseated. hahahaha

 

I say one thing abut this calculator it have a lot of constants. I don't know what most of them are for.

Dragonlance  Aug 30, 2015
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I answer some of your stupid questions.

You know If you were really smart you should have figured all this out yourself.

 

1-Can this calculator do integration?

 

 

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Yes

http://web2.0calc.com/help/integral-calculus/int

 

2-How many memory registers does it have(my HP has 26)?

 

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I look this up. Registers for a calculator mean how many parentheses pairs or variables it can have. I don’t know how many but I sure it is more than 26.

 

3-Is it programable? I can program up to 400 equations in it?

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Of course it is programmable Andre Moussow programs it himself.

 

4-Does it have any scientific comstants in it? My HP has about 50 constants stored in it.

 

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I counted them. There are more than 300

 

5-Why when you enter 250!, it can't cope with it and says "infinity" which is ridiculous. It should say something like "overflow"!. It's less than 10^500 digits long.

 

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Sometime it say Unendlich. I think it should say “why do you want to know?” Or “Come back tomorrow 200,000 users are requesting solutions”

I hope 250! is less than 10^500 digits long. No calculator or computer can handle numbers that long. Anyway 250! is only 493 digits long.That is 10^(2.385606273598312) way way less than 10^500.

One more thing computers and calculators can’t cope because they are machines. They don’t think or love or hate or give a rat’sass about anything. That is a good thing because it would never do anything for you. Only humans cope. Well some humans do. You do not know much about computers or calculators do you?

 

6-Its Gamma function is wrong by a mile, especially if you use a relatively large number, such as 20.5!

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I not know this kind of error was measured in miles. Are you the same dumbshit who was complaining about it before?

 

7-Can it do statistics calculations?

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-- It’s not a statistics calculator It do these Binomial coefficient Permutation

 

8-Can it do conversions of weights, volume, lengths, temperatures...etc.? -----------

 

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Yep. A bunch of them. http://web2.0calc.com/help/unit-conversion

 

9-Can it calculate in any base that you want?

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It do Hex, Dec, and binary

 

10-Can it solve TVM or financial problems, such as PV, FV, I%, PMT, N....etc.

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It’s not a financial calculator.

 

11-My HP still has dozens more features that your Web 2.0 doen't have.....etc.

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Well bully bully for you and your HP! I hope you are happy together.

 

12-To my eye, your web 2.0 calculator is simply "run of the mill online calculator"

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Well your eyes aren’t very good. Maybe you need glasses. A brain would help too.

Dragonlance  Aug 30, 2015
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Dragonfly: You are a first-rate idiot! First, you better learn how to write proper English. Second, your language is offensive & you should be ashamed of yourself!. Third, you throw up tantrums like a 6-year old!. Fourth, you better grow up!. Bye m***n!

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Hey sir, that's not really nice at all

You should apologize to Dragonlance at this time, he took much of his time helping you get your questions answered like Melody did, so this dude deserves more credit than you have him, don't you think?

1. His English is good

2. He's probably helping Melody save time (none of us members get paid anyways, we do this for the love and sake of everyone), besides cursing nowadays seems normal, and he didn't really curse anyways

3. I don't see him throwing tantrums, maybe I too am blind, my now ex-crush just blinded my eyes when she rejected me earlier this month

4. He works on a farm, that's some true and real mature stuff, he's training himself in a pre mature age to learn to do work and not be lazy, so he is growing up.

 

Don't worry Anonymous, every move these people make Ill be watching them, just be kind to them as well and try to get to know him. He's pretty cool as soon as you get to know him better.

TheDarkKnight  Aug 31, 2015
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TheDarkKnight:

                        Thank you for your message to me. But, with all due respect, you should ask HIM to apologize to ME for calling me names, insulting me, and for being very disrespecful, rude to the point of being boorish, and sarcastic in his so-called "answers" to my legitimate questions I had. After all, my questions were directed to Melody who answered me politely to the best of her knowledge about the calculator in question.

                      Please go over HIS answers to my questions, one by one, and make note of the offensive language he uses towards me, not knowing that I might be old enough to be his father!. And, does he think he can compare his level of education to mine?  He knows absolutely nothing about me, whether I'm a millionaire or a derelict bum! You said he is working on a farm, and he certainly behaves, in his odious language, like some red-neck farmers I have known and seen in my life.

                     And so finally, I truly feel he owes me an apology, for remember, he started his abusive language when "answering" my legitimate questions about the capabilities of the calculator in question. I did bring, to the attention of Melody, the subject of one error in the design of the calculator, and she acknowledged it(about the Gamma function.)

                       I Thank you for your valuable time and truly hope that you will have a brief talk with him and ask him to be polite toward strangers he doesn't know anything, whatsoever, about.

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