Sure, it’s a scientific calculator

All the functions you would expect in a scientific calculator are here, with the full advantage of floating-point numbers that have a full 14 digits of precision and exponents up to about 1e308. Come on, you’re dying to know what 170! is. Not to mention wanting a technically accurate calculator that doesn’t tell you the natural log of 0 is negative infinity. (That’s the limit, not the value, as any true geek knows.)