The Matrix Calculator supports square matricies with size of 2 through 10 and implements Determinant; Inverse; Transpose; A + B; A - B; A * B. The calculator has three (3) memories to facilitate argument manipulation for matrix calculations ([C] = [A][B] for example). If your matrix has complex numbers, exit Matrix and select the DroidLab calculator.
The Complex Number Calculator adds, subtracts, multiplies and divides two complex numbers. The result can be converted to Polar coordinates.
The Factorial Calculator allows you to calculate n! for any number.
The Quadratic Equation Solver finds the roots (real and imaginary) for a quadratic equation. Enter the coefficients for the equation and tap Calculate. EX. (5x^2 - 9x + 3 = 0).
The Cubic Equation Solver finds the roots (real and imaginary) for a cubic equation. Enter the coefficients for the equation and tap Calculate. EX. (4x^3 - 3x^2 + 3x + 12).
The Exponent Calculator finds the value of any number x raised to a power y. EX. (19^2).
The Radical Roots Calculator finds the Nth root of a number. Enter the number and the desired root. EX: (The 6th root of 64 (x = 64, n = 6), tap calculate and see the result (=2) in the answer box).
The Vector Calculator performs add, sub, magnitude, angle, dot and cross products.
The Simultaneous Equation Solver solves 2 equations (2 unknowns) and 3 equations (3 unknowns).
Octave is included to provide support for Complex Matrices. All the functionality and power of Octave is now available. Octave is launched in a Android Terminal by Math Pro and remains active until the terminal window is closed. To use this option, go to the Google Play Store, download and install Android Terminal Emulator, then download and install Octave.
Octave is an Android port(by Corbin Champion) of the desktop Octave program (by John W. Eaton). You can now run all your Octave and Matlab m-files on your mobile device.
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