1. Calculate Percents & Percentages
2. Percent Discounts (sale price)
3. Percent Markups (increase by)
4. Percent Margin (selling price)
5. Calculate Tips.
6. Percentage Difference (Change)
7. Percentage (what % of) i.e. x is what percentage of y
Enter any two values and the third is computed e.g. % of [x] = 115. X will be computed (2…
A simple loan calculator to help you see what your payment plan will be, for repaying any loan. It also shows the complete Amortization Tables (Monthly and Yearly) and you can email the results.
Click on the menu item "Yearly AT" to view your yearly Loan Amortization Schedule.
Recompute previous data on startup
Blood Alcohol Content calculator to estimate just how little alcohol it takes to put someone on the "wrong side of the law".
Blood Alcohol Content calculator is can be used to estimate the amount of alcohol in your blood after drinking. It supports two types of calculators:
- The Simple BAC : which contains a list of common drink types…
- Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and
- Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR),
and how many calories you burn in a day based on a general activity level.
This calculator helps you determine howmany calories you need to increase or reduce to gain or lose weight.
Supports entering weight in both inches and cm
The Ultimate Unit Converter. A unit conversion tool with support for more than 2000 units in 30+ categories including Length, Temperature, Speed, Volume, Weight, Area conversions.
- Fixed screen size bug on bigger phones
This Compound Interest Calculator helps determine how much your savings will grow over the years. This calculator takes a lump sum of money and compounds it monthly over a fixed period of time at a fixed annual yield. Plus it allows you to add periodic contributions before compounding.
An excellent mortgage calculator which can display either Monthly or Yearly Amortization Table. You can compute your loan with the option of adding additional monthly payments, additional yearly payments, 1-time payments etc. And chart the results of Interest vs Principal paid on the loan.