## Absolute Value:

Removes the negative sign in front of a number and provides the absolute (positive) value.

## Add Numbers:

It gives the sum of any given numbers. You can add any number of input fields using the "+ Add" option.

## Divide Numbers:

In a **division** operation, the number you are **dividing** is called the "Dividend". The number you are **dividing** **by** is the "Divisor". The result will be "Quotient".

## Spreadsheet Style Formula:

Allows you to evaluate a *formula* with the same syntax found in popular *spreadsheet* applications, like Excel, Numbers, and Google Sheets. Your *formulas* have the ability to perform arithmetic operations, make comparisons, and call a set of functions.

We support most of the Formulas supported by Google Spreadsheets. Please refer to list of functions and syntax.

Here is an example of how to use the Formulas with dynamic input, and use the result given out by the formula

## Multiply Numbers:

Allows you to multiply two or more numbers and use the output in subsequent actions. Use the "+ Add" option to add more number to multiply.

**Round off Numbers:**

*Rounding*means making a*number*simpler but keeping its value close to what it was. The result is less accurate, but easier to use.

For rounding, you can choose the number of "Decimals" you need in the result. The number will be rounded to accordingly.

**Subtract Numbers (take away):**

Subscracts number 1 from number 2