This is nice and easy to use tool, that can show you the distance between any two points on a plane (Cartesian coodinate system), if you know the coordinates of these points.
How To Use It
For example if you have point A (2;5) and point B (3;10), you simply need to type in these coordinates into the appropriate fields and click the button to see, that the ditance - 5.0990195135927845 .
By the way, the calculation this widget works with is relatively simple and it's worth knowing it. If you are qurious about the theory used for it, you can visit this site: http://distance-formula.net/ and read about this matter.
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Graphing Calculator Online
Do you need to draw an accurate graph of a certain equation? This is a really easy task, no matter how complex your formula is. This free online graphing calculator can complete this task with the press of a button. Simply type your equation in the field, hit the button below and after a couple of seconds you will see the graph of your equation.
Try the widget by copying and pasting this equation: (4x^56-55x^33+2x^15)/(23x^7+8x^3)^3=0
How to Use the Online Graphing Calculator
This graphing calculator is extremely easy to use, the only thing you should be careful about is to type your equation in the appropriate form. For example:
1. x2 have to be entered this way: x^2, xn as x^n, and so on.
2. Square root: √2 should be typed as 2^1/2, nth root of x as: x^1/n
3. The other math signs are the standart ones.
Graphing Calculator Online
Use this graphing calculator to see the graph of any mathematical expression. You will get a detailed solution of your problem and it's graph as a image. Just enter your function or problem here and click on the button.
How To Use Online Graphing Calculator
You need to formulate your math problem the right way. Using the following tips, you should have no problems using the graphing tool:
1. x2 should be entered as x^2, xn as x^n, and so on.
2. Square root: √2 should be entered as 2^1/2, nth root of x as: x^1/n
3. You can use trigonometry and all mathematic functions, ex: cos(3x+5)^3=0
Math Problem Solver Online
Solve your math problems quickly and easily with this online tool. This is the ultimate solver, that can do yor homework in just minutes . Just enter your problem / equation here and click once... In a while, you are done. You may need to modify your equations a little and change some math operators. Further on this, you can read below.
Usage of the Math Problem Solver
Ok, here are some things you should know, to use the problem solver without any problems:
1. Enter x2 as x^2, xn as x^n, etc.
2. Enter square roots:
as 2^1/2, nth root of x should be entered as: x^1/n
3. You can use trigonometric functions in your equations too, ex: sin(3x+5)^3=0
Ok, you are ready to go now
Prime Factorization Calculator for Polinomials
This is one very cool calculator, which you can use for factoring polynomials. It's extremely easy to use, you need just to enter your polynomial and press a button. However, your expression should be in appropriate form. Check below, to see the math operators you should use for working with this tool.
How to Use The Factoring Polynomials Tool
So, as I mentioned, sometimes you may need to modify your expression a little, in order to make calculations. Here are some tips:
1. For compounding use the symbol " ^ ", ex: x^3
2. You can use all mathematical functions
3. " * " = multiply, " / " = devide
4. Here is a simple expression, with which you can try the tool: -10x^6-4x^4+5x^3-36x+6
If you need to learn more about factoring equations, numbers or anything else, you can visit the site Factoring Calculator, where you will be able to find more information and some nice tool on this topic.
Prime Number Checker
Enter any number to see its prime factors:
What Is a Prime Number
A prime is any whole and positive number that can NOT be divided into any positive divisor, except the number itself and 1 . So, for any prime number there are only two divisors, resulting a positive whole number. For more detailed information see what is a prime number and get a better idea.
5 is a prime number, because it has only 2 positive devisors - 1 and 5.
8 is NOT a prime number, because it can be divided by 2,4,8 and 1.
6 is NOT prime, because it can be divided by 1,2,3 and 6.
7 is prime, because it can be divided by only 1 and 7.
1 is NOT a prime number, because it can be devided by only 1 number - itself.
If a number is even, it will be hard for it to be prime, because it can always be divided by 2, except by itself and 1. So 2 is the only one prime number that is even.
All Prime Numbers up to 100
Here is their list (these are 25 numbers): 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89 and 97
Convert any number from/into binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal form. Just enter it, choose the type of conversion and press the "Calculate" button.
This is a quick tool, with which you can see very detailed information about any quadratic equation with real roots.
How To Use The Quadratic Formula Solver
You need to do just 5 simple steps to use this nice tool!
1. Enter the parameter "a"
2. Enter "b"
3. Enter "c"
4. Click the button
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About The Quadratic Formula Solver
With this tool you can solve quadratic equations with real roots (D >= 0). You can change the signs infront of the parameters by using the drop down list in front of them, or just by entering the sign of the parameter. With this quadratic calculator you will be able to see for any equation the following data:
- its roots
- its discriminant
- the factored form of the equation
- what area is surrounded by the graph above the x axis
- the gradient of the quadratic curve
- the minimum/maximum of the quadratic function
Here is one more advanced quadratic equation solver, that can give you some additional information about your equation and can draw its graph. It's really nice...
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Scientific Expression Calculator
This is one very cool calculator for solving mathematic expression like this: sin(1)+cos(2)-3*(24+5). Just enter yours and click on the "EVAL" button ot just use the combination of keybor key - "Ctrl + Enter".
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How to Use the Online Expression Solver
1. First you need to enter a mathematical expression in the "Enter Your Expression" box. Do NOT put the sign " = " in front of it.
2. Click on the "EVAL" button or hold the "Ctrl" key and press "Enter". This will show you the solution in the "Results" box.
3. To see and use the advanced mathematical functions, check the checkbox "Mathematic"
4. You can use this tool as a simple scientific calculator, too.
5. To use a function, just click on its button and put the variables in brackets after its name appears - Ex: sin(3) ; random(1) ; max( sin(1)+cos(2)-3*(24+5) ) ; etc ...
For any other question about using this nice calculator, please feel free to contact us or leave a comment. If you like this tool, please share it with friends, thanks!
Working Keyboard Combinarions
Clear all (Ctrl+Q)
Clear expression (Ctrl+Y)
Evaluate expression (Ctrl+Enter)
Free Scientific Calculator Online
This is a nice and free scientific calculator, with which you can easily make almost all kinds of calculations. To see an instruction about how you can use this calculator, please look below.
How to Use the Scientific Calculator
Use your mouse to operate with the calculator. It's not a big deal, just use it. Press the "Shift" button for more available functions. You can copy and paste numbers in the calculator's results field.
For more instructions, check these on teh homepage: scientific calculator