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Company: Renato Alexandre Santos Freitas
Date Added: July 15, 2012  |  Visits: 409

Advanced trigonometry Calculator is an application of trigonometry able to solve advanced calculations with scientific notation and amplitudes in positive and negative arguments. It is possible to calculate 1.5123E-30sin (123456) which equals-6.15108E-31!

It is a full quality calculator can give you the answers with decimal or scientific notation.

Enabled functions:
cos(x), Acos(x), acos(y), Aacos(y), cosh(y), Acosh(y), sin(x), Asin(x), asin(y), Aasin(y), sinh(x), Asinh(x), tan(x), Atan(x), atan(y), Aatan(y), tanh(x), Atanh(x), sec(x), Asec(x), sech(x), Asech(x), cosec(x), Acosec(x), cosech(x), Acosech(x), cotan(x), Acotan(x), cotanh(x), Acotanh(x), log(x), Alog(x), ln(x), Aln(x)

Notes:
· A' represents amplitude, 'a' represents arc, 'h' represents hyperbolic, and unities of x is degrees or radians.
· You can use amplitude in the form 5.123*10^-1, for example.
· If you in beginning of the expression put rad or in argument put a pi the application will know that the calculations must be done in radians.
· 5.123x10^-16sin(34+67)=5.02888x10^-16 is correctly processed.
· Scientific notation can be wrote in many ways, like 5.123x10^-6 or 5.123*10^-6 or 5.123e-6 or 5.123E-6
· In the argument can be processed arithmetic calculations like sin(30)(=)sin(10+20)(=)sin(100/10+400/20)(=)sin(PI/18+PI/9)
· You can use scientific notation in the argument in the forms, for example 5.12e2 or 5.12E2 so for example 15e12sin(3e1)=7.5e12
· The application process correctly calculations of amplitude and of argument. For example (5E1+10E1)sin(1.5E1+3E1)=106.066
· The application process correctly operations with functions and constant value mixed. For example [3E2]*[sin(PI/6)]*[cosec(30)]=300, [3E2] is the constant, (PI/6) is a angle in radians and (30) is a angle in degrees
· The application just need '[' or ']' when you want that the application calculate the amplitude or argument. For example: To calculate (5+6)sin(pi/6) you need to enter "[5+6sinpi/6]"
· You don't need to enter '(' and ')', because with the name of function the application know how to separate the amplitude of the argument.
· You can solve functions with exponents for this to solve functions that don't need to be calculated the amplitude or the argument, for example, to solve "(sin(30))^2" you must be enter "sin(30)\2". If is necessary to calculate amplitude or argument of a functions like "((2^2+2^-3)sin(3*10^1))^2" you must enter "[2^2+2^-3sin3*10^1\2]".
· Exponents of functions must be enter like this "|exponent" or "\exponent" and of others members, for example "2^2" must be enter "2^2". So, for a value enter "^exponent" and for a function enter "\exponent" or "|exponent", note that the exponent can be any number.
· Exponents are enabled for "pi" (ratio of perimeter with diameter (2*pi*r/2*r)) and "e" (Napier's constant).
· The Calculation of exponents is enabled for example 8^(1/3)=2
· You can solve complex expressions like "arcsin((sen30)^2+(cos30)^2)=90 enter[arcsin([sin30\2]+[cos30\2])] so this "=90" (degrees).
· The design is made to seem more like a "trigonometry command prompt".
· You maybe need clean the environment of calculations by entering "clean", and use the previous answer by entering "ans", and also close the application by entering "exit".
· You can use "ans" in exponents.
· If you want to make an arithmetic operation with the previous answer and a expression, use "+,_,*,/" before to enter it.

cos(x) -> cosine of x degrees or radians.
acos(y) -> arc cosine of y ratio.
Acos(x) -> amplitude multiplying by cosine of x degrees or radians.
Aacos(y) -> amplitude multiplying by arc cosine of y ratio.
cosh(x) -> hyperbolic cosine of x value.
Acosh(x) -> amplitude multiplying by cosine of x value.

 Requirements: No special requirements Release Date: July 15, 2012 Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 7x64 Keyword: Advanced Trigonometry Calculator,  Calculator,  Equation,  Solve Equation,  Trigonometric Calculator,  Trigonometry,  Trigonometry Tool Users rating: 0/10