CalcPages Online Calculator - Quick Reference

Basic Operations:
+   Add     -   Subtract     *   Multiply     /   Divide    
Use ( ) to alter order of execution, as usual

Math Functions:
abs(x)
ceil(x)
exp(x)
floor(x)
ln(x)
log(x)
log(x,b)
pow(x,y)
random(x)
rand(a,b)
round(x,d)
sq(x)
sqrt(x)
Absolute value of x
Smallest integer greater or equal to x
e to the x power: inverse of ln(x)
Largest integer less than or equal to x
Natural logarithm of x
Base 10 logarithm of x
Base "b" logarithm of x
x to the y power
Random value (optional seed x)
Random integer between a and b
Round x to d decimals (default d is 0)
Square of x
Square root of x

Math Constants:
_e
_pi
Euler's number (2.71828...)
PI (3.141592654...)

Trig Functions:
Trig Mode
deg(x)
rad(x)
sin(x)
cos(x)
tan(x)
asin(x)
acos(x)
atan(x)
Options->Degrees or Radians
Convert Radians to Degrees
Convert Degrees to Radians
Sine of x (Degrees or Radians)
Cosine of x (Degrees or Radians)
Tangent of x (Degrees or Radians)
ArcSine of x (Degrees or Radians)
ArcCosine of x (Degrees or Radians)
ArcTangent of x (Degrees or Radians)

Combinatorics:
fact(n)
nPr(n,r)
nCr(n,r)
Factorial of n (n!)
Permutations of n items r at a time
Combinations of n items r at a time
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Note: Don't be intimidated by all these functions! Most users, including myself, will only use simple math in Calc Pages most of the time! However, for those who study or work in math or science, it is nice to know that all these functions are available. Other specialized functions, like financials and statistics, are likely to be added in the near future.
 
  
 
 

Tip: Copying and Pasting from CalcPages

You can copy and paste your calculations and results into other
programs such as emails, Word documents, or even Excel.
However, if you copy and paste directly from the table where
the expressions are edited you will find that the results aren't
very satisfying, since "text boxes" will be pasted into your target
documents. This is probably not what you would want!

To improve the copy and paste functionality, you can switch the
Calc Page into "Text View" by clicking the "Text" button (see
image). From "Text View" you can highlight and then copy and
paste. Your results using this technique should be much better.
You might want to resize the browser window before copying.
Click the "Edit" button to return to the normal CalcPages view.
 
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See also: Help on CalcPage Buttons  and Options