Calculator Pro is for Windows. It can calculate substantial mathematical terms. It supports more than 50 mathematical functions & scientific constants

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fig 1 Box Volume fig 2 Box Surface Area Volume = L*W*H Surface Area = 2(L*W+L*H+W*H) fig 3 Pyramid Volume fig 4 Pyramid Surface Area Volume = LWh/3 Surface Area = LC+WD+LW C=√((L/2)²+h²) D=√((W/2)²+h²) **Calculator Pro Information and Reference**

R = Radius of Cylinder; h = height of Cylinder

You can enter the constant π by using pi.

The calculators input box is used to enter the mathematical terms to be solved. By pressing the [Enter] button, Calculator Pro solves the current line and prints the results in the next line.

To insert a new line into the calculator input box, just press [Shift] + [Enter]fig 7 Cylinder Volume fig 8 Cylinder Surface Area Volume = πR²h Surface Area = 2πR(R+h) fig 9 Cone Volume fig 10 Cone Surface Area Volume = πR²h/3 Surface Area = πR²+πR√(R²+h²) fig 11 Topless Cone Volume fig 12 Topless Cone Surface Area Volume = πh/3(R1²+R2²+R1R2) Surface Area = π[R1²+R2²+(R1R2)√(R1-R2)²+h²] fig 13 Sphere Volume fig 14 Sphere Surface Area Volume = 4/3πR³ Surface Area = 4πR² fig 15 Sphere 1 base segment Volume fig 16 Sphere 1 base segment Surface Area Volume = (π/3)h²(3R-h) Surface Area = 2πRh fig 19 Spherical Cap Volume fig 20 Spherical Cap Area Volume = πh²(3R-h)/3 Surface Area = 2πRh fig 21 Spherical Sector Volume fig 22 Spherical Sector Area Volume = (2/3)πR²h Surface Area = 2πRh **Reference:**- √ = sqr
- x² (or exponent 2) = ^2
- π = pi
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- Handbook of Mathematics
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