Calculates the side length of the regular polygon circumscribed or inscribed to a circle. Created by user's request
Calculates the side length of regular polygon given the area of the regular polygon and number of sides
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
Construction of a sine wave with the user's parameters
Solution of a system of 3 linear equations with 3 variables
This online calculator find a solution to the question how to fill tank with certain amount of water using two buckets of different size
Sunrise/Sunset calculation for given latitude and longitude or for given city. Source: Almanac for Computers, 1990 published by Nautical Almanac Office United States Naval Observatory Washington, DC 20392
Solution of nonhomogeneous system of linear equations using matrix inverse
Solution of quadratic equation, including complex roots
Solving 0/0 and ∞/∞ limit problems using L'Hospital's Rule.
This online calculator computes speed of sound in an ideal gas.
It calculates the circular orbital velocity, escape velocity and planetary system escape velocity for the given planet parameters.
This online calculator calculates the weight and the volume of the drop given the surface tension, diameter of the capillary tube, and density of the liquid
This calculator computes volume and surface area of spherical cap and spherical segment
Calculates surface area and volume of Spherical sector by radius and height
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.
Calculation of azimuth and elevation of the sun above the horizon for a given position and time. Table with one hour increments.
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".