Euclid is much more than a calculator. It provides 67 built-in functions including trigonometric functions, logs, square roots, factoring and primality functions, and much more. You can do set and matrix operations. In addition, you can define your own functions and variables. What sets Euclid apart is that it represents numbers in their natural form, rather than trying to force everything to decimal form. So (1/3) * 3 is really 1, not 0.99999, and sqrt(2) * sqrt(2) is exactly 2, not 1.999999.
|License||Free to try|
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|Operating System||Windows 95 Windows XP Windows NT Windows Windows 98 Windows 2000|