Or are you concerned about the product activation failed message on top? The winblows calculator is messed up. Only windows calculator will incorrectly calculate the sqrt of a number that when multiplied to itself results in a who integer number and not a floating point. As mentioned above this happens with 2x2 or 3x3 or 4x4, etc In scientific mode you get 0e0, and in engineering mode you also get 0e0, now Texas Instruments cannot be incorrect in this mathematical calculation can they?

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After all we tried it in normal, scientific, and engineering mode and all of them gave the correct answer of 0 when entering sqrt 4 I would then agree that the sqrt 4 is a floating point answer, but this is not the true answer unfortunately. You can even test this by putting the calculators into scientific mode and engineering mode, Try it on any TI, TI, etc. Now if you type in there crapulator sqrt 4 -2 you would think that due to the facts, the logical true answer would be 0 correct? They do not see that fact though and claim the answer is I will explain why.

If in standard mode the answer was Again, verifiable on all TI calculators by just entering a number that cannot be obtained by multiplying two whole numbers like 2x2 or 3x Try sqrt 5 just for an example, you will receive the exact number in normal mode, scientific mode, and engineering mode, one being a longer floating point though, but the answers are the same in either case. Even in Winblows Crapulator it will correctly display that. And if that was a different value in each mode it would have displayed it just the same. But Winblows Crapulator does not report back the same values when in standard or scientific mode when calculating the sqrt 4 -2, it thinks the answer is different in standard mode then it is in scientific mode, and they stick to this answer as being the true answer That is just downright crazy.

Now for the ones that believe that Microsuck Winblows Crapulator is correct and not flawed, and that Microsuck is never wrong here Just do some astronomical mathematics If you think i am joking and just blowing smoke out my rear, just go buy you a Celestron NexStar SLT, or any other telescope with computer tracking will do, even manual tracking will work but just harder to precisely track a celestial body. Just use Microsucks Winblows Crapulator to do the calculations for locating a celestial body, find one that will need sqrt numbers that are whole and not floating point to locate and track.

There are plenty of them out there, the NGC book has hundreds of pages of them. Try it and come back and tell me if you were able to correctly locate and track anything. At the Panter Hall Observatory Located in Austin Texas at the UT campus the students and also the staff do not use any of the Microcrap Winblows Crapyalaters, We use things like the Texas Instruments, or Casio, or even some cheep ass dollar general calculator that is more accurate then the Slopware that Microphuck Wankerblows Crapavaders was made with.

The answer they produce has never been incorrect, EVER, unless the wrong answer was a result of human error entering data incorrectly. The square root function that they wrote always give approximate value for every numbers, even though numbers such 1, 4, 9, 16, When they display 2 as the square root of 4, it's not really 2, it's a number that's smaller than 2, but almost 2.

That's why when we substract 2 from it, it resulted in negative number. Even Windows 10 calculator still produce this result. They didn't bother to rewrite their square root function. They use legacy code from two decades ago. Wow, you ARE a real blow hard, aren't ya?! Get off your high horse 'cos even though MS could have done better, you really don't have a clue about binary and floating point representation despite all your big talk about TI's calcs, astronomy etc. Just to provide an explanation for the calculator thing Computers understand only binary base 2.

And the kind of math that humans find easier is decimal base 10 since we were born with 10 fingers and all that. Unfortunately, if a decimal terminates in base 10, it may be a non-terminating decimal in base 2, and hence is approximated. This is true for a lot of numbers, which results in the kind of "error" you have talked about.

Good explanation, Havan, unlike the incoherent ranting of the fellow above who likes to pretend on the interwebs that he's some sort of astronomer or something. Hey guys i am running windows ten with word and i typed it in and it came up with around five paragraphs about the insert tab. What is that for? See IEEE for to understand how math chip are working!!!

I'm a specialist, obviously, not you!! As you correctly pointed out, I'm not a computer science or math specialist. My specialty is writing and editing.

Of course, we all try our best and make mistakes. It's human, you know? Haha that weird result from the calculator doesn't only happen "virtually". Some real scientific calculators don't even know how to subtract specific numbers The dialog box does not even appear. Might be different depending on the Windows version or edition.

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