Rocky Star Math

Rocky Star Math


Welcome to Rocky Star Math

Try these math aids from The Java Source
Also, a set of links to Math help pages has been added to this page.
Try here if you are looking for the right formula or conversion factor.

Age is ?? Age* is a state of mind or, in this case, a state of planet.
Area of a Triangle What everybody need is a good triangle. This program uses Heron's Formula for area.
Base Conversion This conversion program will change between:
Binary, Ternary, Quintal, Octal, Decimal, and Hexadecimal
BMI This program can be used lightly to determine your condition.
It should be considered only a guide.
Circumference This will calculate the circumference of a circle
Compound Interest This will calculate compound interest.
It should be considered only a guide.
Cosine Calculator Enter two values, Adjacent and Hypotenuse Angels, click "Calculate" for the Cosine.
See Sine and Tangent Calculators below.
Decreasing Multiplication How high did you go when you did your Multiplication Tables in school??
Were you ever told that the more you knew, the less you had to learn?
Look at this table of Decreasing Multiplication. Math can be easy and fun.
DRT Remember the good old days of High School Algebra and the Distance, Rate, Time problems? If train A leaves Sacramento traveling west at 55 mph and train B leaves...
Now you can relive those wonderful days and the not-so-wonderful DRT problems.
Energy Conversions This is a great aid for those struggling with Physics and have lost their Energy!
Factors This program will find all the factors in a number and whether it is odd or even.
Five Function Calcultor A great way to refresh or practice your skills. Help the kids with their homework??
Four Function Calculator A little less power than the 5 function calclator (^) in this one but still is fun to refresh or practice your skills.
GPA How are you doing in school? Try this for your Grade Point Average.
Kinetic Energy Feeling tired lately, how's your Kinetic Energy doing? Is it only Potential?
LCM and GCD From the Least to the Greatest in one place!
Length Conversion How long is it?? Find out here.
Linear Equations Sometimes linear thinking is okay.
Mass on Mars How* to lose "weight" the easy way.
Math Quiz Need to practice or refresh you arithmetic?
Metric Conversion Check you height and weight in the Metric System. Did you gain or lose??
Percentage What percent of your pay goes to the government?!?!?
Pressure Conversion Is your Physics teacher putting you under inches of Mercury (Hg)? Lighten up with this converter.
Prime Numbers These are not USDA prime, they are pure math.
Quadratic Equation Need help with those x2 problems? Help is here.
Random Numbers Don't know where to go, join these random numbers.
Sine Calculator Enter two values, Opposite and Hypotenuse Angles, click "Calculate" for the Sine.
See Cosine Calculator above and Tangent Calculator below.
Tangent Calculator Enter two values, Opposite and Adjacent Angles, click "calculate" for the Tangent.
See Cosine and Sine Calculators above.
Temperature Conversion This program will convert Centigrade (Celsius) to Fahrenheit
and Fahrenheit to Centigrade.
Velocity How fast is that boat going? Convert Knots to mph and more.
* The Age and Weight are courtesy of Rocky Star Astronomy



Links to other Math sites.

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Calculus A collection of modules that can be used in studying or teaching of Calclulus.
The Integrator The power to do Integrals as the world has never seen before!
Vector Cross Products A JAVA Interactive Tutorial.
Help! Math and Physics Help Home Page.
Manipula Math The material presented in the following pages are for middle school students, high school students, college students, and all who are interested in mathematics. You will find interactive programs that you can manipulate and a lot of animation that helps you to grasp the meaning of mathematical ideas.
Jim Loys Math Page A general Math page with: Algebra, Geometry, Calculus and Pre-Calculus, Arithmetic, Roman Numerals Calendars, Number Theory, Fractals & Chaos.

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