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  • Altitude of a triangle

    This online calculator computes the length of a altitude of a triangle, given the lengths of edges of a triangle.

  • Bayes’ theorem

    This online calculator calculates posterior probabilities according to Bayes’ theorem.

  • Circular segment

    Can calculate area, arc length,chord length, height and perimeter of circular segment by radius and angle.

  • Combinatorics. Generator of combinations.

    Combinatorics. Generator of combinations of m from n.

  • Complex fraction

    This online calculator evaluates arithmetic expressions with common or complex fractions.

Inverse trigonometric functions

This calculator determines values of inverse trigonometric functions (arcsine, arccosine, arctangent, arccotangent, arcsecant, arccosecant) and outputs it with different measurement units (degrees, radians, minutes, etc)

Created on PLANETCALC

Inverse trigonometric functions

Digits after the decimal point: 10

Percentage

This online calculator gives the percentage of the value. It also calculates the percentage of the sum (e.g. the income tax of the net salary) and the percentage of the difference (e.g. VAT of the gross amount).

Created on PLANETCALC

Percentage of sum or difference

Digits after the decimal point: 2
  • Logarithm

    This online calculator produces the logarithm of a given number with a given base. It computes also the natural logarithm and the common logarithm (decimal logarithm).

  • Modular Multiplicative Inverse

    This calculator calculates modular multiplicative inverse of an given integer a modulo m

  • Root and power

    This calculator outputs desired root and power of entered number

  • Solving limit problems using L'Hospital's Rule

    Solving 0/0 and ∞/∞ limit problems using L'Hospital's Rule.

  • Trigonometric functions

    This online calculator computes the values of elementary trigonometric functions, such as sin, cos, tg, ctg, sec, cosec for an angle, which can be set in degrees, radians, or grads.