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Like Roman numerals:
VII * X
Plenty of units:
ounces in a cup
Nice parsing of English expressions:
fifteenth root of 32768, or seventy four times 28
And some fun stuff that mathematics buffs will love:
planck's constant * 5, or 12!, or speed of light in centimeters/second, or seconds in a day * 7, ...
Anyway, something easy to use when you need to know what the sqrt(-1) is. :)
>1 US cup
lol. I never knew U.S. cups were bigger than non U.S. cups, I learn something from Google everyday!
I suppose people were searching for these things to warrant the tool?
so if i write 10 * ten, and it says 100, I wonder if they convert the numbers when parsing the webpages in the same way they are here..
" mass of earth/((4/3) pi radius of earth^3) " works fine, but I can't get a log base other than 10.
Brotherhood, search for ~ten. :-)
Google does not treat a date as a date.
Different results for: 2003-05-07, 2003 May 07, 07/05/2003, May 07 2003, 7th May 2003 and so on.
I wonder if ~May = ~05?
I wonder if ~7th = ~07 = ~7?
Off to play and find out.
I think it has a few constants (Euler's constant, plank's constant). I wouldn't be surprised if it knew the answer to life, the universe, and everything. :)