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Local Acceleration Due To Gravity

Added Mar 27, 2018 by Mr. C. in Physics

Find local acceleration due to gravity in any city in the US.

Mr. Carbo's answers: What do I need on the Fi

Added Jan 18, 2013 by Mr. Carbo in Mathematics

Calculates a grade needed on a final exam to get a desired grade.


Law of Cosines - SAS - Mr.C.

Added Jan 3, 2011 by Mr. C. in Mathematics

Using the Law of Cosines to find the third side of any triangle when the SAS are known.

Law of Cosines - SSS - Mr. C.

Added Jan 3, 2011 by Mr. C. in Mathematics

Use the Law of Cosines to find the measure of the angle C opposite the third side given sides a, b, and c.


Convert Radians & Degrees

Added Jan 13, 2011 by Mr. C. in Mathematics

Convert the measure of an angle from radians to degrees or from degrees to radians.

Slope of Line Given 2 Points

Added Jan 14, 2011 by Mr. C. in Mathematics

Find the slope of a line given the (x,y) coordinates of two points on the line.


Prime Factorization - Mr. C.

Added Jan 14, 2011 by Mr. C. in Mathematics

Find the prime factors of any integer. The output will also display a list of the factors (divisors) of the number.

Area of Any SAS Triangle - Mr. C.

Added Jan 15, 2011 by Mr. C. in Mathematics

Find the area of any triangle given the measure of two sides and the included angle. Area (sq. units) = (.5)(side 1)(side 2)(sin(included angle)).


Law of Sines - ASA - Mr. C.

Added Jan 15, 2011 by Mr. C. in Mathematics

Using the Law of Sines in a triangle where the ASA are known, find the length of the side opposite the second angle.

Law of Sines - AAS - Mr. C.

Added Jan 15, 2011 by Mr. C. in Mathematics

Use the Law of Sines and given the AAS of a triangle, find the measure of the side opposite the second angle.


Convert Bullet Diameters

Added Jan 15, 2011 by Mr. C. in Units & Measures

Convert a bullet diameter from inches to millimeters or from millimeters to inches.

Compare Bullet Cross-Sectional Areas

Added Jan 15, 2011 by Mr. C. in Units & Measures

Given the diameter of two bullets in millimeters, compare their cross-sectional areas.


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