Current Version 3.2
Author DOT POINT LEARNING SYSTEMS
Price $2.00
Downloads Count 73
License Type Trial
Date Added Jan 24, 2011
Operating Systems
  • Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
  • Microsoft Windows 2000
  • Microsoft Windows XP
  • Microsoft Windows 7
Description The calculator performs the normal functions of a scientific calculator, and can also calculate atomic mass and molecular mass. This enables the molecular formula of a molecule to be incorporated into an equation for calculation. All calculations performed by the calculator are recorded in a note pad area for cutting and pasting elsewhere. The calculator also has a text pad area where a longer calculation can be prepared before cutting and pasting into the calculator. Drop down lists can be used to write information into the text pad area. The calculator includes the following: - A list of over 500 common compounds with their molecular formula All elements with their atomic number, element name and symbol. A list of over 100 constants. A triangle calculator A set of vector addition calculators. An extensive measurement converter. A quadratic equation calculator. An area and volume calculator for common 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional objects. A percentage and fraction calculator. An electric circuit calculator. A comprehensive angle converter and hyperbolic converter. A gas laws calculator. A molar mass and molarity calculator for common acids, base and compounds. An extensive molar mass and molarity calculator. A complex number calculator. An event timer that displays a report. A statistical calculator that calculates statistical data for up to 100 values from a population or sample. A set of calculators for individual statistics equations. An interactive database of over 20 properties for each element in the periodic table. A half-life calculator. A calendar system. Over 80 equation calculators that will solve for any variable in the equation, grouped under motion, force, energy, gases, area and volume, electricity, waves, light and chemistry. SI derived quantities. Common symbols. Common constants. Greek alphabet and Roman numerals. Metric prefixes. Polygons. Common shapes, angle types, parts of a circle and conic sections. Measuring devices. Logic operations. Anions and cations. Common organic substituent groups. Rules and equations for algebra, trigonometry, index laws, logarithm laws, coordinate geometry and progressions. Equation signs. Number systems, counting of large numbers and significant figures. Electrical symbols. Sets symbols. Geometry symbols. Statistics tables for Normal distribution, Student's T distribution, F distribution, Poisson distribution, Chi-squared distribution, Combinations and Binomial probabilities. Frequencies. Common graph equations. Motion graphs for displacement, velocity and acceleration with time. Standard reduction potentials. Alkanes, alkenes and alkynes. Atom structure. Resistor codes. Electron configuration values for all the elements. pH indicators with their pH ranges and colour changes. Acid-base conjugate pairs. Ionisation constants. Metal reactivity. Solubility rules and solubility constants. A science glossary system Interactive tools to help remember key terms A list of over 200 acronyms for computer and hardware. A list of over 1400 acronyms, abbreviations and symbols used in general communications. A list of over 1000 acronyms, abbreviations and symbols used in science. A list of over 500 fields of science and medicine. A phonetic alphabet.

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