Scientific Calculator

4.4
6.3K reviews
1M+
Everyone

This free scientific calculator offers a number of useful features allowing you to carry out advanced calculations. Its simple and intuitive design makes it a pleasure to use. The calculator has all the functions that would be expected of a scientific calculator and a number of more advanced features too, including complex numbers and matrices.

The super fast algorithms allow the scrolling and zooming of 2D and 3D graphs in real time, using the touch sensitive screen.
Graph implicit equations in 2 and 3 dimensions. e.g. x²+y²+z²=5².
Graph inequalities in 2 dimensions. e.g. 2x+5y<20.
Graph functions of a complex variable.
Display up to 5 graphs on the same screen.
Active analysis of functions, for better graphing of 2D functions with singularity points. e.g. y=tan(x) or y=1/x.
Intersections on 2D graphs.

The calculator is customizable allowing you to change the colors of the screen, background and all the individual buttons, allowing you to personalize its appearance.

A fully ad free version of this app is also available.

The Scientific Calculator's features include:

• polar, spherical and cylindrical graphs.

• basic mathematics operators addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, remainder and powers.

• conversion between decimal and surd answers.

• indices and roots.

• logarithms base 10, e (natural logarithm) and n.

• trigonometric and hyperbolic functions and their inverses.

• complex numbers can be entered and displayed in polar or component form.

• all valid functions work with complex numbers, including trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, when set to radians.

• calculate the determinant, inverse and transpose of a matrix.

• Matrices of up to 10×10.

• LU decomposition.

• Vector and scalar product.

• Numerical integration.

• Double integrals and triple integrals.

• Differentiation.

• Second derivatives.

• Partial derivatives.

• Choose the precedence (order of operations) for implied multiplication:
2÷5π → 2÷(5×π)
2÷5π → 2÷5×π

• 26 scientific constants.

• 12 Mathematical constants.

• unit conversions.

• factorials, combinations and permutations.

• double factorial.

• fractions and percentages.

• absolute function.

• Gamma function.

• Beta function.

• Floor, ceiling, Heaviside, sgn and rect functions.

• Equation solver.

• Regressions.

• Prime number factorization.

• Base-n conversions and logic functions.

• previous 10 calculations stored and re-editable.

• last answer key (ANS) and five separate memories.

• random number generators including normal, poisson and binomial as well as uniform distributions.

• probability distribution calculator for normal, poisson, binomial, student-t, F, chi-squared, exponential and geometric distributions.

• One and Two variable statistics, confidence intervals and chi-squared tests.

• user definable decimal marker (point or comma).

• automatic, scientific or engineering output.

• optional thousands separator. Choose between space or comma / point (depends on decimal marker).

• variable precision up to 15 significant figures.

• scrollable screen allowing arbitrarily long calculations to be entered and edited.
Updated on
Dec 27, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
No data collected
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.3
6.06K reviews
April 20, 2021
It seems that implicit plot has problems handling transcendental equations like "sin(x*y)= k". It might be a good idea to add a warning about that. EDIT: You are right, there is no problem at all. The calculator was in Degree Mode. Changing it to Radian Mode makes everything behave as I was expecting. Thanks for your hard work on the calculator and for the response!
1 person found this review helpful
Philip Stephens
February 19, 2019
Hello. Thank you for the review. They seem to be graphing ok on my test devices. You do have to wait a second for the resolution to return after scrolling or zooming and ensure you are sufficiently zoomed in on the part of the graph you want but then it should draw correctly. Obviously k must be between -1 and 1.