Name: Magic Number
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.7 or higher
What's New in Version 2.7.5
Just a little update to start the new year.
• More results
As always, you can press R for the latest result.
Now, you can press R repeatedly for the recent results.
Extra bonus: click and hold the result button to reveal its ‘secret’ menu.
• More robust
Besides bug fixes, this update improves reliability.
If Magic Number encounters damaged data, instead of quitting,
it now tries to recover it. If that fails, it will discard and use new data.
Hopefully this is something you never have to encounter.
For more details, go to MagicNumber.me/2.7.6
Magic Number is a better calculator in every way.
A better view of your calculation.
More intuitive to enter and edit.
Easier for everyday use.
More capable for advanced problems.
Seeing is everything:
Your calculation is beautifully and mathematically formatted. Everything is easier to understand.
You see the whole expression. You are less likely to make mistakes.
To see it bigger, just resize the window.
You also have extensive viewing options.
Enter naturally and quickly:
Enter the way you see it. For example: 2 sin 9 + 3 On a typical calculator, you enter: 2 x 9 sin + 3 On others, you enter: 2 * sin(9) + 3 On Magic Number: 2 sin 9 + 3
Lots of easy and convenient shortcuts.
Yes, you can press X to multiply.
Edit without thinking:
It’s faster and easier than any editor!
Made a mistake? Just click and type over it.
You can navigate with just the left or right arrow keys.
You can work with any type of numbers:
fractions, percentages, and even complex numbers.
Magic Number can solve linear algebraic equations.
Enter: 100 – ? = 55. Result: ? = 45
Enter: 240 – ? % = 192. Result: ? = 20
With ‘History’, you can reuse previous calculations.
Use ‘Data’ to add a list of numbers quickly.
Lots of useful features:
Over 100 functions
25 digits accuracy
10 memories (variables)
4 customizable tax rates
Over 50 scientific constants
Statistics (via ‘Data’)
Linear regression (via ‘2D-data’)
Matrix (Inverse, determinant, linear equations via Gauss-Jordan Elimination)