An Advanved Calculator with Trignometry and Other Functions

## Project description

An Advanced Calculator to Calculate Advanced Methods like Average, Trignometry, HCF, LCM easily

## Installation

AdvancedCalc requires an installation of python 3.6 or greater, as well as pip. Pip is typically bundled with python installations, and you can find options for how to install python at https://python.org.

To Install from pypi with pip:

pip install advancedcalc


Sometime, the pypi release becomes slightly outdated. To install from the source with pip:

pip install git+https://github.com/programmerayush7/advancedcalc/


## Quick Start

import AdvancedCalc

# returns 10
print(sum)


#### Subtracting Numbers

import AdvancedCalc

# returns 5


#### Using auto_arrange Parameter

The auto_arrange parameter is usually used to pretend to get negative answers (eg. -1, -6, etc.).

1. Without auto_arrange
import AdvancedCalc

# returns -1

1. With auto_arrange
import AdvancedCalc

# returns 1


#### Multiplying Numbers

Multiply 2 Numbers using this Function

impport AdvancedCalc

# returns 25
print(product)


#### Dividing Numbers

Divide 2 Numbers using this Function

import AdvancedCalc

# returns 2
print(quotient)


#### Finding Remainders

Find the Remainder from the Division of 2 Numbers using this function

import AdvancedCalc

# returns 2
remainder = calculator.remainder(10, 4)
print(remainder)


#### Average Of Numbers

Find the Average of Numbers in a List

from AdvancedCalc import Advanced

numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

# Returns 3

print(average)


#### Cube

Find the Cube of a Number using this function

from AdvancedCalc import Advanced

# returns 8

print(cube)


#### Percentage

lets try finding 10 percent of 200 Note: This Function returns a float, so if you want a number, you can convert it into an int.

from AdvancedCalc import Advanced

# returns 20.0

print(percent)


#### Factors

Find all Factors of a Specific Numbers using this function

from AdvancedCalc import Advanced

# returns a list of factors

print(factors)


#### HFC

Find the Highest Common Factor of 2 Numbers

from AdvancedCalc import Advanced

# returns 10

print(hfc)


#### LCM

Find the LCM of 2 Numbers using this Function.

from AdvancedCalc import Advanced

# returns 11

print(lcm)


# Changelog

#### 0.0.3

• Modified Simple Functions
• Fixed Installing with PIP Error

## Project details

This version 0.0.3 0.0.2 0.0.1

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