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Simple math in any numeral system

This online calculator supports simple math (addition, subtraction, division, multiplication and power) for numbers expressed in any numeral system - binary, octal, hexadecimal, from the base 2 to base 36

Created on PLANETCALC

Simple math in any numeral system

Numeral system base

Digits after the decimal point: 2

The diagonals of a parallelogram

Calculator computes the diagonals of a parallelogram and adjancent angles from side lengths and angle.

Created on PLANETCALC

The polygon diagonals of a parallelogram

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Digits after the decimal point: 2
  • Student t-distribution

    Calculates cumulative distribution function value and probability density function value for Student t-distribution. Quantile calculator evaluates Student quantiles for given probability and specified number of degrees of freedom.

  • Sunrise and sunset time

    This online calculator is intended for sunrise and sunset time calculation for given place and date. The calculator algorithm is obtained from the great book of Oliver Montenbruck and Thomas Pfleger "Astronomy on the Personal Computer".

  • Symbol frequencies table

    This online calculator builds symbol frequency table for a given message

  • Tank volume

    Calculator computes tank volume given its length, diameter and walls depth. Created by user's request.

  • Telecommunications traffic, Erlang

    The calculator gives telecom traffic in Erlang for given time span and total call duration.

  • The calculation of amortization for tax purposes

    The methods and procedures for calculating amortization for tax purposes in accordance with Article 259 of the Tax Code, taking into account the changes to the federal law of 27 July 2006 N 144-FZ.

  • The limit of the function at the given point

    This calculator calculates the limit of the function at a given point numerically. It calculates the limit of the function well as x approaches to the specified value. It's not suitable for calculating the limits when x goes to infinity.

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