|Trial Division Integer Factorization Calculator|
This online calculator performs integer factorization using the trial division method to determine the prime factors of a given number
|Factor Pairs Generator|
This calculator generates all pairs of factors for given integer.
|Gaps and missing numbers finder|
This online calculator helps you find gaps and missing numbers in an integer sequence.
|Quick Sum Calculator|
This online calculator sums up entered numbers. Any symbol what is not a digit, for example, a space, a comma, a semicolon, etc, serves as a separator. It is useful when you need to sum up several numbers but do not have speadsheet program at hand. Use the dot symbol as separator for the decimal part of the number if you need to.
|The rational number as a fraction|
This online calculator writes the rational number as a fraction (the ratio of two integers), using the formula of infinite geometric sequence.
This online calculator performs modulo operation on integers and on doubles as well (because it just returns remainder of division)
This online calculator calculates factorial of a positive integer. Practically unlimited positive integer. In fact, it is limited only by the time you are willing to wait until calculation completes. I was patient enough to wait for 100000!
|Tips and tricks #12: Long (infinite) calculations|
This article describes how to perform long or infinite calculations while allowing user to stop them
|Sequence Range Finder|
The "Sequence Range Finder" calculator analyzes integer number sequences and prints all continuous ranges it detects.
The calculator performs modular exponentiation of big numbers.
The calculator counts number of bits required to represent a number in the binary form. It also displays an input number in binary, octal, decimal, and hex forms.