Much impressed with this new 34-button virtual scientific calculator, however i have few suggestions below
1 >>> From user point of view, it's easier and comfortable to use number pad on keyboard rather than mouse for basic operations.
So, another button "NumLk" should be added to it, which enables NumLock feature on keyboard so one can key (numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 & operations +, -, * , / and = & decimal point .)
from keyboard itself. I am not sure on whether it can be implemented from Google but if it happens, this new calculator feature is no more "virtual"
2 >>> 5 divided by 0 is resulting "infinity", as per my knowledge anything divided by zero is "undetermined" or "undefined" or "error"
Infinity is not such a quantity which can be made equal to another thing, so we generally use "tends to infinity" rather than "equals to infinity". If you agree with that , the same result "undefined" or "unknown" or "error" should be applied to all the results resulting infinity.
3 >>> Tan(90) in degrees is throwing "1.633177873e+16", means a defined value (of course a huge one) ;which is absolutely wrong.
As I mentioned in previous point, its value is either "not defined" or "unknown"
I hope this comment will reach "google developers" which developed this Calculator.
To all who read this comment:
Thanks a ton for your patience and you can correct me if i specify anything wrong above
Hatts-off to Google <3 <3