Every effort has been made to make the calculators as intuitive to use as possible. The presentation
format has been made as consistent as possible for all the calculators.
1) Descriptions and visual representations have been provided. All the information you need
is provided in the calculators. For the most part you do not need to reference conversion tables
or other calculators.
2) Generally, values to be inputed are to the left of the table and values to be calculated are to the right
of the table.
3) The calculator table also provide you with a choice of units to use whenever appropriate. For example, weight unit
can be in grams, pounds, kilograms, tons, etc. A mix of units is also allowed. For example, one
input may be in pounds and another input maybe in grams and the result may be in kilograms.
4) Generally, each row represents one set of inputs and results. You can have multiple sets of inputs and
results. The "Add Rows" button allows you to add more rows of data entry fields. You can specify
how many rows you need. The default value is one. Of course, you can also remove data rows if
you do not need them. The bottom most entries are removed first. This feature is useful for
creating tables. It also allows you to experiment and observe the relation between input and results.
5) One of the reasons for using the table format is to allow the user to "select", "copy", and
"paste" the results table to the "Microsoft Excel" program. There you can add colors and change font
styles. Also, you can graph your results in "Microsoft Excel".
6)We can make additional calculators according to your requests. We can also add calculators that are modifications
of existing ones to suit your needs. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your questions. Same day response.
7) We have made every effort to ensure the correctness of these calculators but we make no
guarantees. We cannot be held responsible for any unfortunate consequences of using these