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• Perform basic calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
• Do scientific operations such as trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential functions   auto calculator Our auto calculator enables you to calculate the value of complex expressions directly using   Graphing Calculator Graphing Calculator  FREE app, designed to turn your cell phone into a Graphing Calculator.
It should work on all phones that support J2ME, like Nokia, Blackberry, Motorola, LG, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and more (specifically MIDP 2.0 and CLDC 1.1) 

 GraphViewer GraphViewer  You have a modern, Java compatible mobile phone and wouldn't it be handy if you could use your mobile to plot functions or use as an advanced scientific calculator? Well, GraphViewer is a graphical calculator that you can download and install on your mobile phone   MobileMath MobileMath  MobileMath turns your mobile into a calculator supporting many operations such as: evaluate expression, plotting, differentiate & integrate expression...
Supports basic functions of a calculator:
· Operators : +, , *, /, ^
· Functions : sin, cos, tan, exp, ln...
· Solve equations
· And much more..   Scientific Calculator 2D This application makes it possible to use your mobile phone as a scientific calculator. You can plot multiple mathematical functions   Calculadora Cientifica Funciona muy bien, muy util   Touchscreen scientific calculator for S6 Scientific Calculator is an easy to use universal scientific calculator app for touchscreen devices. It evaluates basic mathematical as well as nested scientific expressions under consideration of the algebraic convention "brackets before power before point before line calculation" 
