##### Python Advanced Calculator

# Python Advanced Calculator (PAC)

###### created by @ReplitDevTeam

Say goodbye to the lame old 4-function calculator, and say hello to the brand-new Python Advanced Calculator!

Just type in anything from`1+1`

to`4.3e3*(2/3^5-2)`

and the PAC will give you your results!

(by the way the answer is -8564.609053497943)

You can also type:`abs`

for abolute value`sqrt`

for square root`area`

to calculate the area of a circle`pi`

for pi, you can also use it in equations`help`

for help`clear`

to clear the terminal`show`

to show all previous equations`how many`

to see how many equations you have entered`var`

can be used to assign variables (more on that later)

`ans`

use this to see/use last answer

example:

You can also assign and use up to 3 variables (x,y,z):

Also, try and find those sneaky easter eggs!

Give us feedback if anything is wrong/needs improvement, or if you want us to add anything.

why everyone making calculators claiming they are "best"

@alanchen12 @ReplitDevTeam made this a while back, I posted it because I saw all of the calculator posts and decided to join in.

o nice

Quoting Coder100's comment on my post: ah yes, math

@FlaminHotValdez well, I saw the opportunity for a meme and took it.

@RhinoRunner ...plz fix so far out of the calculators we've had recently mine is the only one that doesn't have that bug and isn't [number][number]

@FlaminHotValdez I have no idea why it gives that number...

@FlaminHotValdez https://medium.com/better-programming/why-is-0-1-0-2-not-equal-to-0-3-in-most-programming-languages-99432310d476

@FlaminHotValdez Nevertheless, I fixed the error (in a dumb-ish way)