 • Subject and Topic:
• Physics - Physics Calculation
• Creator: MiG Tech
• Type: App
• Language: English
• Platform: iOS
• Price: Free
• Date Created:
• User's Rating:     • Ease of use:     • Learning Effectiveness:     • Engagement:     ### Physics Calculator

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/physics-calculator/id342386884?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D8

#### Description:

Physics Calculator contains twelve distinct calculators, all engineered to save user's time and effort in common physics calculations.

#### User Reviews:  Ridge Michael P. Ylagan

User's Rating:     • Ease of use:     Learning Effectiveness:     Engagement:     • Handy tool to save time in common physics calculation!

"The projectile-motion calculator allows for three types of
calculations on a horizontal plane: you can enter velocity and launch angle(and the calculator will tell you time of flight, range, and maximum height), or you can enter range and initial velocity(and the calculator will tell you the launch angle- two of them when
applicable- both times of flight, and max height), or you can enter
the launch angle and the range, and the calculator will tell you
velocity, flight time, and max height.There's also a quadratic equation solver! Leave that pesky calculation
to the app- it even works with imaginary roots. The calculator for one-dimensional elastic collisions does all of the work for you- just enter the pre-collision conditions and leave the
rest to the calculator.
There's a series circuit calculator: just enter number of resistors, the resistance of the individual resistors,
the voltage of the power source, and the calculator will tell you power dissipated by the entire circuit, voltage drop across each
resistor, resistance of the entire circuit, and current through the
circuit.
There's also a parallel circuit calculator which works similarly to
the series circuit calculator.
There's a gas density calculator- you can enter temperature in degrees F or C, pressure in atmospheres or kPa!
The app offer an R-C circuit calculator, for the resistor and the capacitor in series with a power source.
There's a satellite motion calculator! And there's a calculator for inelastic collisions in one dimension!
And a special relativity calculator- and a thin-lens(concave and
convex!) calculator!"

• Tips for using the product

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