Consumers can find scientific notation calculators online or in retail stores such as Target, Staples and Office Depot, as of June 2015. The websites show product specifications and available customer reviews. Online or ... More »

WEB 2.0 CALC is an online scientific calculator that can compute algebra, geometry and finance problems. It can also handle calculus, functions, number theory and other advanced math topics. Another option with limited f... More »

A significant figure counter counts the significant digits in any number, including that of scientific notation. Most sites that have a significant figure counter use a program in which the user enters the number into a ... More »

Calculators that add fractions can be found both in-store and online at retailers such as Walmart, Sears and Office Depot. Prices and availability vary by brand of calculator, store and location. More »

The benefits of using a calculator with a fraction button include the easy conversion of decimals to fractions and the use of mixed numbers without converting them to improper fractions. The option to use improper fracti... More »

With a regular calculator using basic math functions, it is possible to calculate percentages. To calculate percentages on a regular calculator, find the difference between the two numbers be compared, then divide that n... More »

A word problem calculator is a mathematics calculator that can calculate word problems, such as "If Morgan has 10 jacks and Molly has 6 jacks, and then Molly gave 2 jacks to Morgan, how many more jacks does Morgan have t... More »