

 FAS Calculator is an expression calculator which allows you to directly enter an expression to be evaluated. More than one hundred functions are supported, including algebraic, transcendental, trigonometric, hyperbolic, engineering functions. 

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Dec 26, 2011 12:08:04  Size  2062 kb  Licence  Shareware  Status  Beta  Languages  English  OS  Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003  Homepage  freeartsoft.com  Author  Andrey Smirnov 


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Description: FAS Calculator is an expression calculator which allows you to directly enter an expression to be evaluated. More than one hundred functions are supported, including algebraic, transcendental, trigonometric, hyperbolic, engineering functions. FAS Calculator includes functions that allow you to perform numerical integration, differentiation, and rootfinding. The calculator allows you to perform some operations with complex values. You may perform calculations not only in decimal but also in binary, hexadecimal and octal numeric bases. Also included is a comprehensive unit converter that can convert between any two units in metric, English, and US systems. The calculator's intuitive, easytouse interface as well as its broad support of common mathematical, engineering functions makes it a musthave for both students and professionals.  Short tags: scientific, advanced scientific calculator, calculator 
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