What all is in this version but not written in the first post:

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**Geometry+Trig:**1) Lateral and total surface area and the volume of a cylinder

2) Lateral and total surface area and the volume of a cube/cuboid

3) Lateral and total surface area and the volume of a (hemi)sphere

> Lateral and total surface area of both sphere and hemisphere.

> The Volume of both sphere and hemisphere.

4) Lateral and total surface area and the volume of a cylinder

5) Area of a triangle from 3 sides[ i.e the heron formula]

6) Area of an equilateral triangle

7) Radians <-> Degrees.

**Physics:**1) Newtons law of unversal gravity.

2) Average Acceleration from velocity and time

3) Final Dist from Init. Dist, time , velocity and (acceleration)

4) Final Velocity from Init. Velocity, Distance & acceleration

5) Distance of projectile thrown straight up/down.

> Ability to override the Acceleration due to gravity.

> Lets you choose the time

6) Max Height/X-Range of a Projectile [w/ Angle]

> Shows The max. height

> Shows the max. range the object can go.

> The X-velocity

> The Y-Velocity [before reaching peak height]

> The final Y-Velocity after reaching the peak height.

> The Final vector of the projectile

> The time to reach the peak. [total time = peak time * 2]

> All of the values are 100% accurate and all values are in degrees.

**Calculus[future] + Algebra:**1) Quadratic solution and statistics of Axx+Bx+c equation

> Equation Solutions

> Factored form

> Discriminant

> The intercepts

> Derivate

> Graph[at the top] + Graph statistics

> Area under the graph

> Equations minimum

2) Statistics of two points

> The distance

> The midpoint

> The Slope

> Cartesian plot

> You can choose the scale or it selects the best fit from

1 Cm to 1 / 2 / 5 / 10 units; which ever fits the best;

3) 2-3-Nth roots.

4) Arithmetic Sequences

> The term at a particular position

> The actual series is shown

> The sum of terms from 1st term in the series to the the chosen number in series.

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**UNDOCUMENTED: **Press L & R to change the series rapidly; Left & Right changes it slowly.

5) Geometric Sequences

> Same as above

6) Log solver

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**Note: Continue the discussion in other thread. Donot post here. **

Topic edit in progress.