Mathematics App

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  1. I_luv_Apple

    I_luv_Apple iPad Enthusiast

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    Hi can anyone recommend a keyboard or an app with a mathematics keyboard that is great to use. I've tried math pad and it isn't very good.
     
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    Do you mean a number pad or a calculator? I'm not sure what a mathematics keyboard is.
     
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    cosines etc
     
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    Square roots, anything I can type out maths equations
     
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    Calculator Pro for iPad
     
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    Thank you xxx
     
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    PCalc is pretty nice too.

    You can get the free PCalc Lite Calculator app. If you like it you can explore the in-app purchases for different layouts, extend unit conversions, and themes.

    Or go for the gusto with the power user version PCalc RPN Calculator. This is the same result (and price) as buying the bundled in-app Complete Pack for the Lite version.

    Hate RPN? Don't worry, it's an optional mode in both versions.
     
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    Too funny not to mention. I noticed this while rambling around in PCalc's settings.

    A8gOxaeCUAEBf5A.jpg-large.jpeg

    If you're wondering what I'm getting at:

     
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    HP calculator , try it it is amazing
     
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    I love Reverse Polish Notation. Have used it for years during my career. A very intuitive method.
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