I am in the process of trying to create a complex pricing calculator for internal use in our business. I have most of the data, however I am hoping to engage someone on a freelance basis to help me complete the data set, as well as give some expanded detail on how this data (pricing) can change geographically. What specific professions should I be engaging, and where can I find them? More information below the fold. [more inside]
I am looking for a straightforward British economic business plan financials calculator for Excel so that I can look serious! I found a similar thing from startupmodels.com but it is really for the USA. Any signposting to something comprehensive with built in calculations?
I programmed an online calculator tool that generates inventory purchasing recommendations for retail store owners. I would like to get feedback on the tool from people who buy inventory for their retail stores for a living. How do I do that? Short of just walking into stores and bothering the owners to take a look at my program or paying for adwords or some such, I'm not sure how to get the word out about my new tool to people who would be interested in using it. Any feedback would be welcome.
i have a string of measurements i would like increased by X. I've found many calculators that can do (1) measurement at a time, but is there one that does several at once? (when i say "convert" i mean increase in the same unit, not necessarily shifting/'converting' the unit to a different unit) (i.e. 1,3,5,7,9,13,15,17 inches all increased by X)
Where can I find an online calculator that will enable me to compare the value of early 19th century British currency (pounds, shillings, pence) to modern-day US currency? Is there even such a thing?
Is there an easy to use withholdings calculator for California? I want one that works like the IRS calculator does for Federal Withholdings. [more inside]
We are shopping for a new home. We think we have found a home we want to put an offer on. The thing is, we have no clue how much the mortgage payments will be. We know the taxes and insurance, but there are so many online calculators giving us very different numbers for the monthly payment. [more inside]
One of my chemistry courses this semester requires that I use a non-programmable, scientific calculator on all exams. Do you know of any multi-line calculators with a similar keypad to my TI-84+ Silver edition? A lot of the calculators I've looked at on Amazon appear to be of the 2-line variety; the ones that have 4-lines don't have the ability to take inverse logs or to create custom-defined exponents. It'd be really nice to have as large a display as possible; money is no issue.
I'm taking Calc I this fall. I can borrow a graphing calculator for actual exams, but don't want to actually purchase one for day-to-day--or haul it around with me. I have an iPhone and a Nexus 7. Is there a graphing calculator app in one or the other app store that is clearly superior? I'm willing to pay, but under $10, ideally.
I need to add up prices as quickly as possible at work. There is no cash register, and using a normal calculator is too slow. [more inside]
WordPressFilter: I'm looking for a plugin/widget/codesnippet that will allow me to create a graph using input from the user. [more inside]
How do I find out what constitutes a "good" car loan for a given set of circumstances? [more inside]
What's the quickest and cheapest way for a new high school science teacher to get 40 matching scientific calculators? The school is inner-city with a high poverty rate and limited resources. Are there donation programs available for this sort of thing, or are there retailers with discount programs? [more inside]
When should calculators be used in math class? What are good criteria for determining if a calculator should be used on a given set of problems?
I'm in my second year and so far my cheap little TI 30xIIs has worked fine for me, but my DC Circuits professor told the class that using the TI 30xIIs is cumbersome compared to the HP 35s for some material later in the semester. He said he highly recommends purchasing an HP 35s. I'm willing to spend the $50, but he's an Electrical Engineer teaching electrical classes. Would the HP 35s be good for me as a mechanical student?
Command-line calculator: I used to have a calculator program I put in c:\windows\system that took arguments, so I could type "c 5+2" into the start menu on W7 and a popup with the answer (7) would appear. Anyone know the name? Not quite a command-line calculator, since I want to pass in arguments and get a returned single value via popup.
Me: Poor student. Problem: The prices of TI calculators are 2 damn high. Looking for: Free software that performs wide range of operations (most important: a "matrix" function that is easy to punch in data).
Help! My TI-86 just fried itself and I have a stats exam tomorrow! [more inside]
Help identify this mechanical calculator I saw as a teen. [more inside]
Calculator geeks! Replacing an HP 48G+? RPN required. [more inside]
In OS X Snow Leopard, my calculator has escaped from the Dashboard and is always on my screen, and always on top. How can I send it back to the Dashboard? [more inside]
I'm looking for an online surface area and volume calculator, where I plug in various measurements of a cylinder or sphere and it calculates the answer for me. But I want one that approximates pi as 3.14. [more inside]
How do I create a simple nutrition calculator for a restaurant website? [more inside]
How to calculate how much to set aside each paycheck for multiple upcoming one-time/long term expenses? [more inside]
CFAfilter: Where in NYC to buy HP 12C Platinum, today? [more inside]
A friend is working in an industrial plant and needs to frequently convert convert lbs to kgs. They currently use a calculator and divide by 2.2046, but find constantly punching in "xxxxx / 2.2046 =" tedious and error-prone. They'd like a reasonably-priced device (a calculator or PDA application) with reasonably sized buttons or a touch screen that would simplify this process. They'd like to have the answer displayed as digits were input (without needing to hit = or enter), as well as being able to clear the input amount without resetting the units to be converted. [more inside]
I'm being tasked with creating a simple integer calculator, which I have effectively done, up to the point of it being a calculator, however, even after hours of searching I cannot get any scripts to work correctly. [more inside]
Please find my super-comprehensive BMR calculator? [more inside]
Which one is right, Google or Excel? [more inside]
I have invented a calendar that I think is unique in design and function. [more inside]
Is there an online or otherwise calculator utility that can produce a multiplication column to the nearest integer if I need to (and I do need to) multiply a given integer (specifically, 8.57143) by all the integers from 1 to about 600, displayed in a list so that I don't have to multiply it each time? I may need to do other 600-deep columns with other decimally numbers, a few at most. I need to see the result, better yet print it. [more inside]
In 1997, I started making student loan payments, five months after graduating from graduate school. Shortly there after, in a sudden moment of sheer, blinding stupidity, I consolidated my loans, reducing my monthly payment and doubling the term of my loan. I do not want to make payments for 10 more years, however, I cannot figure out how to calculate the money I would save py doubling my payments this November. [more inside]
Why doesn't Moore's Law apply to graphing calculators? [more inside]
What exactly does a Telxon 718 do? It looks like a way-back calculator but only has plus, minus, and a few weird, presumably abbreviated, button markings. Any guesses as to what it does? Video within. [more inside]
For the default Calculator app in Mac OS, how do I permanently disable the behavior that results in the "unable to update currency exchange rates" warning at startup? [more inside]
Help me track down a piece of Windows Mobile calculator software, the name of which my memory has totally failed to retain... [more inside]
I've found that I can switch off most calculators without an "Off" button, by simultaneously mashing buttons and pressing "On". (I usually hold down "5" and "6", then press "On".) Can someone explain to me why and how this is possible?
Why do jewelers always insist of giving prices read from a calculator screen and not from the price tag of the piece I'm looking at? Do they give different people different prices? Or is it a way of accounting for fluctuating prices of gold or gems from week to week?
Calculator-filter: My beloved casio fx-115s is dying after about 20 years of use. I need to replace it. Tell me what to get as a replacement. [more inside]
Looking for a mortgage calculator/spreadsheet (or help in creating a spreadsheet) that works for our situation. [more inside]
I cracked my FlashCard Calculator LCD. Can I fix it? [more inside]
Is there an easy way to figure how much profit one has made from a mutual fund portfolio where additional fixed contributions are made each month? [more inside]
PostOfficeAvoidanceFilter: Has anyone made a weight calculator (or just recorded weights of commonly mailed objects) such that I can figure out how much a double DVD case, 2 dvds, and a bubble mailer would typically weigh? [more inside]
Graphing calculator recommendations? [more inside]
Is there a site that tells you how much it costs to mail (US Postal Service) various items? [more inside]
I'm working on something like a glorified graphing calculator application, based on a small functional programming language. Each input program describes a function of some number of parameters, and the app's job is to plot the function's output across various input ranges. Is there an existing language with an open-source parser I can reuse for this job instead of inventing and implementing a new language from scratch? [more inside]
How does my pocket calculator do this? [more inside]
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