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Possible feature for the calculator

titi4112

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Oct 15, 2012
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Could a button be added to the calculator for the e constant? or a note in the FAQs? I not even sure if there is a way to use it in the calculator without just typing 2.71828 which can be inaccurate depending on your calculation. (I'm still waiting for an answer to that in the forum)

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mmm4444bot

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Could a button be added to the calculator for the e constant? or a note in the FAQs? I not even sure if there is a way to use it in the calculator without just typing 2.71828 which can be inaccurate depending on your calculation. (I'm still waiting for an answer to that in the forum)
That's a third-party calculator. You'll need to contact mathway. Personally, I would not trust any scientific calculator that does not have the constant e built-in. There are many other free calculators on the Internet from which to choose.
 

dieterr

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Why not to use online one? 2 seconds and I found few good ones :) Sorry but I guess I'm not allowed to post links yet. Just google it.
 
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