Use of calculator on Linux

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I want to get the Qalculate on Linux. I don't know what is required and from where it need to be downloaded and installed?

It is used to convert currencies based on the latest exchange rates. But I also heard that it can be used to solve and calculate extremely complex algebra functions. I don’t know what is best for me and what software is best to perform that task. If you know something better, then please inform me about it. And also tell me how to install it

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Answered By 0 points N/A #113909

Use of calculator on Linux

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For your excitement, I am happy to guide you to find the calculator you were eager to work on.

On the Applications menu, there'll open a submenu , under it you'll find the calculator. It is actually called the GNOME calculator. Gnome calculator is actually a double precision calculator. It is an advanced kind of calculator which provides scientific and also mathematical features like trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tan) and also logarithms.

Hope I am successful in solving your problem.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #113910

Use of calculator on Linux

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Hi,

Qalculate, a multipurpose calculator for Linux desktops is a powerful but simple to be used and very versatile tool. Some of the features that are in the Qalculate are customizable functions, arbitrary precision, user-friendly interfaces, units and plotting. You need to download this freeware software.To install this on Linux follow below instructions.

Applications>> Accessories>>Terminal>> Type the command “sudo apt-get install qalculate” Enter to start the installation process.

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