Working as a scientist or engineer might often require you to have advanced calculation skills and know series of formulas. Failing to provide satisfying results to your calculations can put you in difficult situations, so you might need to consider relying on an advanced tool.

Smart Math Calculator is a utility that encompasses scientific calculation functions, a customizable constant and variable library, as well as multiple equation processing support.

This handy program comes with a minimalistic design that allows even computer novices to access and understand it without difficulty. Its main window is split between two sections. The topmost one allows you to edit and calculate complex equations, while the bottom section can be switched between a standard calculator, a constant and variable library, precision and decimal settings and an option tab.

Smart Math Calculator can export your formulas, equations and expressions to SMC (specific format) files on your PC, so you can access them later. In addition, it is possible to print your content, if you need hard copies of your work.

You can use a wide variety of functions from several math branches (Algebra, Trigonometry and Logarithms) and solve complex equations by typing them into the designated fields.

Smart Math Calculator provides you with a library that you can access to view numerous constants, variables and formulas. If you cannot find a certain record in the said library, it is possible for you to edit its contents and manually add it.

The Precision and Decimal Settings pane allows you to adjust more in-depth settings, such as defining base input and output values, specifying a maximum number of digits to be displayed and toggling the scientific form.

When using your mouse to perform calculations instead of your keyboard, it is possible to view detailed descriptions of every function, if you hover your mouse pointer over it.

In conclusion, Smart Math Calculator is a useful application, if you need a convenient way to solve advanced math calculations and view in-depth details about specific formulas, constants or variables.