No need to rely on an abacus or fingers and toes once you have this free Calculator for Science Students in your toolbox. A variety of calculators, converters, references, and glossaries reside at your fingertips through this full-featured app.
This calculator launches a nicely designed, easy-to-use interface--slightly drab, but easy to comprehend. It offers a numeric keypad and buttons for performing a number of scientific calculations. Below the keypad are six tabs that provide access to a wide series of tools that will make a handy reference for science students and teachers. This application performed quickly and very well in our tests. We were very pleased with the number of tools and references it made available. (Semi-fuddy-duddies will be happy to see a list of metric prefixes you can never remember, and the conversion tools will help in translating U.S. measures to European--along with linear acceleration and angular acceleration for hip physicists and amateur astronomers.) Only a few tools require purchasing the fully registered version of the app (unfortunately, the quadratic calculator is one of them), and in all cases the price is very affordable.
Home schoolers will really appreciate this download--it's like a compact mathematics desk reference on your hard drive--but we recommend it for all users.
This is an easy to use Scientific Calculator with a high level of functionality. It incorporates many science tools including a triangle calculator, vector calculator, shape calculator, kinematic calculator, half-life calculator, maths calculator, gas laws calculator, statistical calculator, percent and proportion calculator, world times, event timer, measurement converter and a molar mass calculator. Numerous science data reference systems can be called including SI units, symbols, constants, maths laws, atomic structures, organic compounds, ions and ionic compounds, and chemical reactions. Over 500 commonly used compounds can be quickly called to list their name, formula, molecular mass and CAS number. Over 100 constants can be called to list their numerical value and uncertainty value. Search systems are available for science symbols, ions, science terms and equation formula. Interactive flowcharts can be called for mechanical and electrical units. An interactive periodic table lists elements properties. A help system explains operation, and system contents can be quickly located through a search system.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.8: New calculators and reference tables added.