# Big Numbers Calculator

With this calculator, you can perform mathematical operations on numbers that are too large to be handled by a regular calculator.

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Most calculators allow for displaying up to 8 or 10 decimal places. However, with this calculator, the user can define the level of precision they want to use for calculations, making it possible to perform very precise calculations on large numbers or numbers with a lot of decimal places. This feature makes this calculator a useful tool for various fields such as science, engineering, and finance, where high precision is crucial.

The calculator allows the use of exponential notation (e.g. 10E7, 17E18, etc.). Exponential notation is a useful way to represent very large or very small numbers in a compact format, where the letter 'E' stands for "times 10 raised to the power of". For instance, the number 12E5 represents 12 multiplied by 10 to the power of 5, which is equal to 1,200,000.