5 Great Scientific Calculators for Teachers and Students

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So you come looking for some calculators to use or recommend to your students. Well, there are in fact several graphing calculators on the web but if you want to have access to the best of the rest then we have a list for you. Of course one of the easiest ways to do mathematical calculations is by using Google, Just type in calculator or simply conduct the operation right from the search box, however, when it comes to complex graphing calculations then it is better to have other alternative services that can do the job easily and quickly. Check out the list we have handpicked for you and share it with your students. Some of the services mentioned below work online ( web based ) and some require a download and installation. Enjoy

1- Desmos

This is one of my favourite graphing calculators. It does not require any software installation and no special hardware. It works right from your web.

2- Encalc

Encalc is an online scientific calculator. Key features include the ability to handle units and dimensional analysis, to perform symbolic algebra and calculus, to define variables, and to lookup values from its large database of physical constants. Integration, differentiation, parentheses and scientific formulas are also supported.

3- Web 2.0 Calc

This is another awesome online calculator. It is web based , so you do not need to install anything to get it working.

4- SpeedCrunch

SpeedCrunch is a fast, high precision, and powerful desktop calculator. It is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

5- Microsoft Mathematics 4.0

Microsoft Mathematics provides a graphing calculator that plots in 2D and 3D, step-by-step equation solving, and useful tools to help students with math and science studies.