How to use Google As Calculator

Google As Calculator

 Using Google for normal search or finding the free stuff or doing just blah blah. But Google can do more than normal search. You can use Google as Calculator, Converter or free dictionary. Learn here how to solve simple problems to pretty complex equation with Google.


Solve the Basic Math

1. For addition, 9+6=
2. For multiplication, 5*4=
3. For Square, 3^2=
4. For Square Root, sqrt(81)=

You can also solve the simple mathematical problems without using "=" but it will make it easy for Google to calculate without making any mistake.

Go Complex

Google can also handle advanced mathematical calculation, but here you need to specify equivalence operator  "=".


For Example

Standard Mathematical Syntax Operators in Google Search

+ for addition
- for subtraction
* for multiplication
/ for division
^ for exponential (a to the power of b)
% for modulo finding the remainder after division
choose X choose Y fines the number of possible subset groups of Y out of the set of X.
the root of creates the nth root of a number
% of finds percentages a % of b finds a percent of b.
sqrt(n) finds the square root of the number n
ln logarithm base e
log logarithm base 10
lg logarithm base 2
n! factorial - find the factorial for any number n

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