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theraker007

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Jun 15, 2007
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i dunno, itd be nice, but i feel like if i needed scientific calculations id just use my TI-89 that i spent $80 on in college.
 

micah67

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Jul 9, 2007
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I'd like a square root...

It would be cool if, when rotated, the calculator gives scientific calculation options.
 

wildonrio

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Jul 4, 2007
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i dunno, itd be nice, but i feel like if i needed scientific calculations id just use my TI-89 that i spent $80 on in college.
That's like saying, "I feel like if I needed to listen to music, I would just use my iPod that I spent $300 on". We bought the iPhone because it combines all of these things into one device, so having a scientific calculator would be a very nice touch (but obviously not vital at all right now, we have other issues).
 

wjp09

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Feb 25, 2007
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You could also just use google IF you have internet access. I know its not what your asking for but its a temp solution until Apple decides to fix it.
 

Ezekiel2517

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Sep 20, 2007
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how about this one? it seems to offer a lot more, for a lower price. i think im gonna try this one out, i did kinda need a calculator for math class and im not gonna go out and spend $80 on a ti83 :cool:


*edit* ok, i tried that one, and doesn't work like i'd expect it to. theres gotta be a really good graphing calculator out there, and im gonna try to find it...
 
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I realize this is rather late in this discussion, but my company Sentry Apps, LLC has just recently made a businesss calculator for the iPhone and iPod Touch called BisCal. It includes the basic functions you mention, such as percent. So if that meets your needs, you can buy it at the app store.

We will be working on a scientific calculator soon called SciCal. So since you all had your different wishlist, and if you still want anything in particular, I encourage you to visit SciCal's forum and contribute to its features.

Thanks for expressing your opinions and wants. We app developers do listen.