Solve for acceleration time of a rotating body given target RPM and acceleration rate in radians/sec² or calculate the acceleration needed to achieve a specified change in rpm in a specified time.
Probability that a test is correct, given the real probabilities of true and false positives and negatives.
Calculates the probability distribution of a random variable which takes value 1 with success probability p and value 0 with failure probability q=1-p.
Calculates the distance of the focal points from the edge towards the center or from the center towards the edge along the major axis to the Focal Points.
Converts a fraction to a different equivalent fraction given a second numerator or denominator. Also helpful for calculating ratios.
This template lets you do everything you can think of with fractions, including dividing, multiplying, finding percents, finding decimals, and you can use fractions and a proportion to find the value of x.
Calculates an excellent approximation for the probability of a random variable X that has a Gaussian Probability Density Function.
Can be used to interpolate between two points or to extrapolate beyond two values (assuming the curve is linear).
Calculates ratio of length to width, as well as the length or width needed to ensure an object remains proportional when one side increases.
Calculates the slope of a line given the values of two points on the line (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) respectively, or one of the four coordinates given the other three coordinates and the slope.
Finds the slope, y-intercept, dependent or independent variables of a linear equation.
Calculates descriptive statistics for one-variable data sets. Data includes mean, occurrences, sums, standard deviations, variances, medians, quartiles, minimums and maximums.
Calculates percent computations, showing intermediary results and final addition and subtraction results.
Calculate the perimeter of triangles, squares, rectangles, trapezoids, polygons, and circles.
Converts the coordinates of a point in a 2-dimensional plane between Cartesian coordinates (x, y) and polar units (radius, angle or rho, theta).
Uses the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle given the lengths of the 2 other sides, or the length of one of the sides given the length of one side and of the hypotenuse.
This template is designed to calculate 5 ordered pairs which can be used to graph parabolas for the equation y=ax²+bx+c.
Enter any two of the three variables Height, Chord, or Radius to calculate the third.
Creates an equivalent ratio when any three numbers are entered. The ratio is in the form A:B = C:D or A is to B as C is to D.
Determines whether a foundation or room is square. Square is defined as a 90 degree angle at the corner.
Calculates summary data given a list of values. Data includes summation, average, minimum, maximum, and count.
Given a right triangle, enter any two known values and the other 2 unknown values will be calculated.
Calculates descriptive statistics for two-variable data sets (variables x and y) with equal numbers of observations. Data includes mean, occurrences, sums, standard deviations, variances, minimums and maximums. It also calculates linear, natural log, log, exponential and power regressions with prediction capabilities.