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The online math calculator aims to assist the complex mathematical operations including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, logarithm, exponentials, trigonometric operations, mathematical equations, and more, with ease and efficiency.

Scientific calculator is a tool in our daily lives, that streamlines the numerical tasks and bringing efficiency in complex calculations. From basic arithmetic to more complex, the calculator serves as trusted companions in our day-to-day activities.

Certain abilities that are supported by mathematics are power of valid and logical reasoning, art of creativity, abstract thinking patterns, ability to think critically, skills to solve a problem and effective skills of communication.

All these characteristics provide a way to solve math problems effectively.

There are many basic mathematical operations that provide basics to solve all the problems. Even math calculators use all the operations to solve simple as well as critical math problems. Some of them are discussed below.

In arithmetic, the process of the addition of two numbers will result in the over-all value or sum of those two original values combined. Some of the elementary instructions are listed below:

- If you have two positive values, then: positive + positive = positive answer.
- If you have two negative values, then you have to add them first but the answer will be written with a negative sign.

**Example:**

- 3 + 2 = 5
- 5+ (-8) = –3
- 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 4

- It is the operation in which we take two different numbers to measure their difference.
- If you have two numbers with different signs and you want to subtract them, for a while forget the signs. Now subtract the smaller values from the larger one. Now put the sign of greater number with the answer.

**Example:**

- 3 – 2 = 1
- -3 - (+2) = -1
- -3 -4 = -7

The operation of multiplication represents the addition of equal groups. For example, 3×4 =12. In this example 3 and 4 are known as factors while 12 is known as the product.

- Any number that will be multiplied by 0 will give result 0
- Any number that will be multiplied by 1 will give the same number as a result
- If you multiply any number two, then the original number will become double

**Example:**

- 2 x 3 = 6
- 3 x -3 = -9
- 14 x 0 = 0

Division is a process of splitting any value into equal parts. For example, if there are 10 chocolates, and 2 siblings want to divide them equally then according to division each will get 5 chocolates. 10 divided by 2 = 5.

- If you want to divide 0 by any other number, then the answer will be 0
- If you divide any number by 1, then the answer will remain same as the original number

**Example:**

- 10 ÷ 5 = 2
- 35 ÷ 7 = 5

The operation of percentage is a number that use too represents a fraction of 100.

- Percentage has formula in manual calculations = (Part / Whole) x 100

**Example:**

- 10% of 50 = 5
- 3/10 x 100% = 30%
- 50% of 12 = 6

Trigonometric functions are a set of functions that relate the angles of a right-angled triangle to the ratios of its sides. They are fundamental concepts in trigonometry, a branch of mathematics concerned with triangles and their properties.

This calculator can also be used to find out the basic trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine, tangent) to varying degrees of accuracy and complexity.

A logarithm is a mathematical function that tells you what exponent you need to raise a base number for a purpose of getting another number. In simple terms, it's like finding the "hidden power" of a number based on another specific number.

- In mathematics, the term fraction represents a number that is a part of a whole.
- It basically consists on a numerator and a denominator.
- In the fraction the numerator represents the amount of equivalent parts of a whole.
- In the fraction the denominator is the entire number of parts that make up said whole.

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