Posted on Nov 5, 2014
by Dr. Saeid Nourian

If
you're a scientist or mathematician you often need a calculator that can
preform high precision calculations. Even if you're just an occasional
user of the default Windows or Mac calculator you may find it
frustrating that these calculators cannot display zero or near-zero
numbers correctly. Fortunately Smart Math Calculator provides both the
precision and ease-of-use that is missing in the default desktop
calculators.

## Large Precision

Most handheld calculators only support 12 digits precision. With
Smart Math Calculator you can have 1000+ digits precision for your
mathematical calculations. It's super-fast and incredibly easy to use.
It can also perform 100,000+ digits precision calculations and it's fast
even at that precision level although for complex formulas it may
take few seconds for the computation to finish.

## Precision and Decimal Places

You can select both the precision and the number of decimal places that
you wish be applied to your calculations. In the "decimal
format" panel type the those numbers in as shown below. By default
numbers are displayed as plain decimals without scientific notations. If
you prefer to see scientific notations you can configure the program to
show it always or under certain conditions.

## Large Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal Numbers

The capabilities of this calculators can be applied to numbers of all
bases up to base 36. The computed results will benefit from the same
high precision as that of decimal numbers.

## Large Factorial Calculator

Among many scenarios that require large numbers with many digits,
factorial is an obvious example. The factorial of a small integer like
60 evaluates to a large number with as many as 82 digits. This
calculator is capable of computing the factorials of numbers much larger
than that. Below is an example of 18,000! computed with 100,000 digits
precision.

## Download Precise Calculator

You can download the precise calculator
and try large number calculations.