Sunday, August 20, 2006

How Tos of the Google Calculator

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Most people don't even know that there is a Google Calculator, the google calculator, obviously, is used for numbers, cash currencies, cooking measurements,


When you are using it for numbers, here are a few pointers.
  • Use * for multiplying
  • Use / for dividing
  • Use ^ for exponents, like 2^2 (2 to the power of 2)
  • When using fractions use parenthesis
  • When working with roots, type (root)th of (number) as 5th root of 32
  • When working with Weight, type the force in parenthesis as (160 pounds force) * 4,000 feet

  • Example Search for numbers

    Cash Currencies
    Here is how to search on the change of currencies
  • Type the type of money then "in" and the currency your looking for, like 200 USD in Yen
  • When trying to figure out how much is a cash currency versus the other without typing the name of currency just the Country, type currency of "Name of the country" in "Name of other country" money, like currency of Brazil in US money.

  • Example Search for cash currency changes

    Cooking Measurements
    When changing cooking measurements do this.
  • When changing measurements type the measurement "in" the measurement you want to change it to, like half a cup in teaspoons

  • Example Search for cooking measurement changes

    The google calculator has been around for a while now, but people have yet to find out how it works. To run the google calculator you don't need to have a specific link, you can just type your equation in the Google homepage and you will get the same result.

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