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Whole Calculator App for Android


Whole Calculator App for Android

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Calculator in the set of the natural numbers (ℕ). And is able to write all the natural numbers with words.When the result leaves the set of natural numbers, this calculator points to the need of to upgrade to a calculator with more features. ( ℤ calculator or ℚ calculator).Type the numerical operations and results in words.Writing numbers :The app writes correctly from from the one (10^0) until the centillion (10^303). This is a free app.
Material Type: Simulation
Technical Format: Executable Program
Date Added to MERLOT: March 31, 2014
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 04, 2014
Submitter: Maurici Carbó
Keywords: Subtraction (only positive results), Multiplication, Division (with remainder), ℕ including 0, Huge numbers, Calculator, Natural numbers, Addition, Number spelling


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Primary Audience: Grade School, Middle School, High School, College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Android Tablet, Android Phone
Technical Requirements:

Android 2.2 and up

Language: English
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no
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Avatar for Jane Moore
1 year ago

Jane Moore (Faculty)

This calculator will be very useful in particular situations.  It will not be reviewed by the Teacher Education Board because its use is so specific.

Used in course

Avatar for Maurici Carbó
1 year ago

Maurici Carbó (Other)

To Jane Moore: Thanks for the review (from the developer). Maybe you can describe the particular situations? From my point of view, it serves to prevent the use of normal calculators with decimals. Is a calculator for children who only know division and remainder positive integers (natural numbers). But do not know the division with decimals. And at the same time serves to help read the numbers and operations. In a more advanced state of training, can be re-used for operations with large numbers, that are beyond the capabilities of conventional calculators. Many thanks! Is the first time that I see a review of my works in the Merlot site from 2001. Maurici
Time spent reviewing site: 1 month of developer time