The WHR calculator calculates the ratio of waist circumference to hip circumference.
Thanks to the Talia-Hips calculator, we will find out what type of obesity we have, what is the risk of hypertension, coronary diseases, stroke, atherosclerosis and diabetes, and we will learn the average standard WHR for our gender and age.
With the Hubbert Curve Calculator you will calculate the curve values. In addition to the response results, the calculator will also plot the selected function. You can choose a ready-made function, e.g. hubb(x) or enter your own function, e.g. hubb(x^2), hubb(x+3), etc.
Pentagon calculator will help you calculate the long diagonal of the pentagon, the medium diagonal of the pentagon, the shorter diagonal of the pentagon, the side length, height, area of the pentagon, circumference and radius of the circumscribed circle and the radius of the circle inscribed in the regular pentagon.
The caloric demand calculator will help you create the right diet. It will answer the question of what is our daily calorie requirement and how much daily do we need to consume carbohydrates, proteins and fats to gain weight or lose weight by a given weight within a certain period of time. We have a choice of several of the most popular formulas for calculating the basal metabolic rate. As a result, we will also get a seven-day alternating caloric cycle, thanks to which, with long-term diets, we can "cheat" the body by consuming different caloric values a day while maintaining a weekly diet.
With the Fractions Calculator, you can multiplying 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 multiplying fraction. 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.
With the CATENARY Trigonometric Function Calculator, you can calculate catenary chain curve values. In addition to the response results, the calculator will also plot the selected function. You can choose a ready-made function, e.g. cat(?#X) where for ? you will substitute e.g. 2 for catenary two which will be equal to 2*cosh(x/2) or enter your own function e.g. cat(2#x^2) for 2*cosh((x^2)/2), cat(2#x+3) for 2*cosh((x+3)/2) etc.