Whatever type of calculation you need to perform, the AddUp calculator is very likely to suit your needs.
Explore the various capabilities of the AddUp calculator through the pages of this web site. Click the item that is of interest to you in the table of content to learn about it. Here is a short overview of the various faces of the AddUp calculator.
Basic calculators perform the most common arithmetic operations: addition (+), subtraction (-), division (/), multiplication (*) and a few others.
Conversion calculators allow you to convert quantities expressed using one measurement unit into quantities expressed using a different unit.
Complex number calculators support complex values, numbers with a real and an imaginary components. A complex number calculator will also implement a set of specialized complex functions used to manipulate these values.
Date calculators let you calculate periods of times between two dates, or add (subtract) periods of time to a date in order to obtain another date that marks the end (start) of that period.
Financial calculators provide information on financial annuities such as future value, present value, interest rate, payment amounts and duration of the annuity.
Prime number calculators are used to determine if a number is prime or not. They may also be able to find the next prime number after and/or before a specific value.
Rational calculators (or fractional calculators) process numbers expressed as ratios, or containing a rational part. Expressions such as 1 1/2 + 2 1/3 are understood, and calculation results can be displayed the same way.
Statistical calculators process lists of numbers of arbitrary length and provide group information such as mean and median, variance and standard deviation, sum and product of all numbers. AddUp also provides attribute data on a group of numbers, such as the greatest common denominator (greatest common factor), least common multiple and others.
Scientific calculators implement many mathematical, trigonometric, hyperbolic functions and specialized operators. They provide access to scientific constants. They can also handle complex numbers.
Binary calculators process numbers expressed in base 2 as series of 1s and 0s (the two binary digits). Bit-level operations are supported as well, results being readily visible in binary notation.
Hexadecimal calculators process numbers expressed in base 16. Base-16 digits are from 0 to 9 plus letters from A to F, for a total of sixteen hexadecimal digits. Bit-level operations are supported as well, results being easily visible in hexadecimal notation.
Octal calculators process numbers expressed in base 8. Base-8 digits are from 0 to 7 only, for a total of eight octal digits. Bit-level operations are supported as well, results being easily visible in octal notation.
Numeric base calculators process numbers expressed in many number bases besides base-10. Number bases in AddUp can be any from 2 to 36.
Tape calculators retain past calculations on a simulated paper tape sothat they can be reviewed. Software-based tape calculators extend this metaphor to let users review, edit and re-do calculations as well.
Time calculators let you calculate durations between two times, or add (subtract) durations to a time in order to obtain another time that marks the end (start) of that period.