## CalculatorsBack The following are a few calculators. ## Significant, Decimal Places and Surds**Area of triangle.**. Try. Determine area and circumference.**Sig fig.**. Try. Determine significant places.**Dec. places**. Try. Determine decimal places.**Surd**. Try. Determine a simplified surd.**Adding Surds**. Try. Determine surds being added.**Multiplying Surds**. Try. Determine surds being multiplied.**Fractions**. Try. Determine surds being multiplied.**Std Dev**. Try. Determine standard deviation.**Median**. Try. Determine median and quartiles.
## Triangles**Pyth eqn**. Try. Determining the solution to Pythagoras theorem.**Trigonometry**. Try. Determining the solution to Trigonometry.**Sine Rule**. Try. Determining values of the triangle using the Sine Rule.**Cosine Rule**. Try. Determining values of the triangle using the Cosine Rule.**Bearings**. Try. Determining the solution to bearings.**Triangle**. Try. Area of triangle with two sides and an angle.**Triangle**. Try. Length of side given area, one side and an angle.
## Areas and volumes**Area vol**. Try. Determining areas and volumes.**Volume 1 (Pyramid/Cone)**. Try. Determining areas and volumes.**Volume 2 (Sphere/Cylinder)**. Try. Determining areas and volumes.
## Shapes and angles**Distance between two points**. Try. Determine distance between two points.**Angle in a semi-circle**. Try. Determine the length of a triangle in a circle.**Intersection**. Try. Intersection between two lines.
## Simultaneous equations**Sim eq.**. Try. Determining the solution to sim eqn.
## Quadratic equations**Quadratic eq.**. Quad. Determining the roots of a quadratic equation.**Adding out brackets.**. Brackets. Adding out brackets.**Multiplying out brackets.**. Brackets. Multiply out brackets.**Factorization.**. Brackets. Factorization.
## Charting**Charting.**. Chart. Determining the roots of a quadratic equation.**Intersection between two lines.**. Chart. Determine the cross-over point of two lines.
## Data Representation**Binary to Decimal Convertor**. Go!. Binary into decimal.**Binary to Decimal Conversion**. Go!. Binary into decimal.**2s Complement**. Go!. 2s Complement.**Sign, Mantessa and an Exponent**. Go!. Real number.
## Formula Conversion**Changing subject**. Go!. Changing the subject.
## Formulas**Voltage, Current and Resistance**. V=IR. This involves a conversion of voltage, current and resistance.**Voltage, Current and Resistance**. V=IR. This involves a conversion of voltage, current and resistance.**Power, Voltage and Current**. P=VI. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**Velocity, Distance and Time**. v=s/t. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**Speed, Frequency and Wavelength**. v=fλ. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**Acceleration, Change in speed and Change in time**. Accel. This involves a conversion of acceleration, change in v, and change in t.**Force, Mass and Acceleration**. F=ma. This involves a calculation of force, mass and acceleration.**Voltage Gain**. Vo=Av*Vin. This involves a calculation of voltage gain in an amplifier.**Mass and Weight**. W=mg. This involves a calculation of weight and mass.
or with a gauge: **Voltage, Current and Resistance**. V=IR. This involves a conversion of voltage, current and resistance.**Power, Voltage and Current**. P=VI. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**Velocity, Distance and Time**. v=s/t. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**Speed, Frequency and Wavelength**. v=fλ. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**Acceleration, Change in speed and Change in time**. Accel. This involves a conversion of acceleration, change in v, and change in t.**Force, Mass and Acceleration**. F=ma. This involves a calculation of force, mass and acceleration.**Voltage Gain**. Vo=Av*Vin. This involves a calculation of voltage gain in an amplifier.**Mass and Weight**. W=mg. This involves a calculation of weight and mass.
## Simple equations**I have Current and Resistance, and I want to calculate Voltage**. V=IR. This involves a conversion of voltage, current and resistance.**I have Voltage and Resistance, and I want to calculate Current**. I=V/R. This involves a conversion of voltage, current and resistance.**I have Voltage and Current, and I want to calculate Resistance**. R=V/I. This involves a conversion of voltage, current and resistance.**I have Voltage and Current, and I want to calculate Power**. P=VI. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**I have Power and Voltage, and I want to calculate Current**. I=P/V. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**I have Power and Current, and I want to calculate Voltage**. V=P/I. This involves a conversion of power, voltage and current.**I have Frequency and Wavelength, and I want to calculate Velocity**. v=fλ. This involves a conversion of Speed (v),Frequency (f),Lamda (λ).**I have Velocity and Wavelength, and I want to calculate Frequency**. f=v/λ. This involves a conversion of Speed (v),Frequency (f),Lamda (λ).**I have Velocity and Frequency, and I want to calculate Wavelength**. λ=v/f. This involves a conversion of Speed (v),Frequency (f),Lamda (λ).**I have Mass and Acceleration, and I want to calculate Force**. F=ma. This involves a conversion of acceleration, change in v, and change in t.**I have Δspeed and Δtime, and I want to calculate Acceleration**. Accel. This involves a conversion of Force (F), Mass (m), and Acceleration (a).
## Physics Examples- Mixed shapes.
- Sling slots.
- Rounded solids.
- Mixed solids.
- Chains.
- Bridge.
- Car.
- Friction.
- Air Friction.
- Sleeping.
- Broadphase.
- Gravity.
- Avalanche.
- Newtons Cradle.
- Wrecking ball.
- Pool ball.
- Stress.
- Stress 2.
- Pyramid.
- Restitution.
- Soft Body.
- Cloth.
- Catapult.
- Beach Balls.
- Sprites.
- Raytracing.
- Avalanche 2.
- dBm.
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