# Mobile applications for engineers

Applications are developed with extremely user-friendly interface so that the user could generate design models, obtain output data, define personal formulas and convert measurement units.

The program also enables you to convert measurement units for the following categories:

Length

Area

Volume

Pressure

Force and mass

Moment of force

Angle

Temperature

Number.

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**The following notation is accapted when you define functions:**

sin(x) sinus

cos(x) cosine

tg(x) tangent

ctg(x) cotangent

sec(x) secant

csec(x) cosecant

floor(x) round down

abs(x) absolute value

ln(x) natural logarithm

lg(x) common logarithm

loga(x) logarithm of x to base a (defined as formula)

sqrt(x) square root of a number

(x)! factorial (for integers only)

integral definite integral

asin(x) inverse sine

acos(x) inverse cosine

atg(x) inverse tangent

actg(x) inverse cotangent

asec(x) inverse secant

acsec(x) inverse cosecant

ceil(x) round up

exp(x) exponent

x^2 raise the number (x) to the second power

sinh(x) hyperbolic sine

cosh(x) hyperbolic cosine

tgh(x) hyperbolic tangent

ctgh(x) hyperbolic cotangent

sech(x) hyperbolic secant

csech(x) hyperbolic cosecant

asinh(x) hyperbolic inverse sine

acosh(x) hyperbolic inverse cosine

atgh(x) hyperbolic inverse tangent

actgh(x) hyperbolic inverse cotangent

asech(x) hyperbolic inverse secant

acsech(x) hyperbolic inverse cosecant

Arguments of trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tg, ctg, sec, csec) and results of inverse trigonometric functions (asin, acos, atg, actg, asec, acsec) are displayed in degrees or radians depending on the selected option Deg(degrees) / Rad(radians).