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Magic Number 2.7 – A better calculator.

Appked/ Featured/on 2015-10-18 09:36

Magic Number 2.7
Magic Number is a better calculator in every way.

  • A better view of your calculation.
  • More intuitive to enter and edit.
  • Easier for everyday use.
  • More capable for advanced problems.

Seeing is everything:

  • Your calculation is beautifully and mathematically formatted. Everything is easier to understand.
  • You see the whole expression. You are less likely to make mistakes.
  • To see it bigger, just resize the window.
  • You also have extensive viewing options.

Enter naturally and quickly:

  • Enter the way you see it. For example: 2 sin 9 + 3 On a typical calculator, you enter: 2 x 9 sin + 3 On others, you enter: 2 * sin(9) + 3 On Magic Number: 2 sin 9 + 3
  • Lots of easy and convenient shortcuts.
  • Yes, you can press X to multiply.

Edit without thinking:

  • It’s faster and easier than any editor!
  • Made a mistake? Just click and type over it.
  • You can navigate with just the left or right arrow keys.

Calculate intelligently:

  • You can work with any type of numbers:
    fractions, percentages, and even complex numbers.
  • Magic Number can solve linear algebraic equations.
    Enter: 100 – ? = 55. Result: ? = 45
    Enter: 240 – ? % = 192. Result: ? = 20
  • With ‘History’, you can reuse previous calculations.
  • Use ‘Data’ to add a list of numbers quickly.

Lots of useful features:

  • Over 100 functions
  • 25 digits accuracy
  • 10 memories (variables)
  • 4 customizable tax rates
  • Over 50 scientific constants
  • Statistics (via ‘Data’)
  • Linear regression (via ‘2D-data’)
  • Matrix (Inverse, determinant, linear equations via Gauss-Jordan Elimination)


WHAT’S NEW

Version 2.7:

  • Improved compatibility with OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
  • Engineering-wise, Magic Number is more streamlined and optimized.
  • A Better History - You get more functions. And there are tax functions to make tax less taxing.
  • A Sweeter List
    • You get more functions too. They are intuitively grouped and easier to find.
    • You can sort the list by clicking the table heading. (And shift-click to sort in reverse).


REQUIREMENTS

OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor


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