With this calculator, you will calculate the exact tire pressure required for your bicycle tires on the front and rear wheels depending on the load, wheel size, bicycle weight, etc.
What bicycle tire pressure is correct? This question is often omitted, and it should not, because it is one of the most important parameters of a bicycle, affecting not only the comfort of riding, but also the safety and wear of bicycle parts. However, due to many factors, it is not easy to answer this question. That is why we have created a bicycle tire pressure calculator , which will suggest what basic values of pressure in bicycle wheels should be used depending on the width of the tires, cyclist weight, bicycle weight with equipment (e.g. for city or trekking / tourist bikes) and the weight distribution on each wheel. You can use the calculation results as a starting point for further experimentation with the selection of tire pressure in your bicycle tires.
How far is the storm? How close is lightning? Is the storm looming or is it moving away? Surely everyone has asked themselves such questions. That is why we have created a lightning distance calculator with which you can easily check it.
With the Fractions Calculator, you can subtract any two mixed numbers or proper and improper fractions. Fractions Calculator will show you the result of operations on fractions step by step and will give you explanations of the operations performed to subtracting fractions. You will learn how to simplify fractions, how to find a common denominator, how to find the least common multiple and the greatest common divisor.
Calculate the diagonals of a concave deltoid, kite, side lengths, surface area, perimeter and radius of the inscribed circle. Each size can be calculated using many formulas, just indicate what data we have.
With the COSECANS trigonometric calculator you can calculate the values of any cosecans function. In addition to the response results, the calculator will also plot the selected function. You can choose one of the preset functions, e.g. cosecant, arccosec - arccosecant, cosech - hyperbolic cosecant, arcosech - inverse cosech, or you can enter your own function, e.g. cosec(x) * cosec(x) * cosec(x) for cosec3 (x), cosec(2x), cosec(x+3), cosec(x^2) etc.