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# Number of decimals displayed

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Hello everybody,

A short question about the number of decimal displayed in a result :

Yesterday evening i made the calculation of "ln(293.15)" and a get "5.6806844234102240905469708164253" (result with 31 decimals). Today, i type the same "ln(293.15)" but i get now "5.6806844234102" (result with 'only' 13 decimals) ! The pb is that the first result with lots of decimal interests me because i looking at controling, checking calculations done in an Excel sheet and yesterday i find out same issues in Excel because of its limitation in the number of decimals took into account in its calculation. I'm now checking my calculations "by hand" and initial way to do it by web2.0calc was perfect for me. Now i don't understand why web2.0calc doesn't display the exact figure anymore !!!

Someone could help me to get again the most "exact" result as possible, and not rounded one.

Thx a lot.
Guest Feb 21, 2012
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Myrkyx:

Hello everybody,

A short question about the number of decimal displayed in a result :

Yesterday evening i made the calculation of "ln(293.15)" and a get "5.6806844234102240905469708164253" (result with 31 decimals). Today, i type the same "ln(293.15)" but i get now "5.6806844234102" (result with 'only' 13 decimals) ! The pb is that the first result with lots of decimal interests me because i looking at controling, checking calculations done in an Excel sheet and yesterday i find out same issues in Excel because of its limitation in the number of decimals took into account in its calculation. I'm now checking my calculations "by hand" and initial way to do it by web2.0calc was perfect for me. Now i don't understand why web2.0calc doesn't display the exact figure anymore !!!

Someone could help me to get again the most "exact" result as possible, and not rounded one.

Thx a lot.

5.680684423410224090546970816425314717326783645107897695102868219593050675996257202595085980729094
admin  Feb 21, 2012