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Financial Calculators

A suite of financial calculators to assist with projections for savings, investments, loans, mortgages and small business calculations.

Featured Conversions

A series of individual converters for popular weight, length, height, area and energy units.

Health

A small collection of health calculators, from BMI and BMR through to pregnancy and exercise.

Handy and Fun

A collection of handy calculators for DIY construction projects as well as math calculators and a selection of tools for calculating dates.

Cooking Calculators

A suite of recipe calculators to help you with converting between metric and imperial units when baking or cooking.

Unit Conversions

A series of unit converters for area, energy, fuel consumption, length & distance, volume, weight and more.

Featured Articles

Future Value Formula And Calculator

The future value formula helps you calculate the future value of an investment (FV) for a series of regular deposits at a set interest rate (r) for a number of years (t).Using the formula requires that the regular payments are of the same amount each time, with the resulting value incorporating inte...


What is a Dash, Pinch, Smidgen and Nip?

A dash of this, a pinch of that - they're terms we've all seen in recipes. What exactly do they mean, though?Old-fashioned measurements explainedThese measurements don't have precise, fixed definitions, but there is a general consensus amongst baking experts about what they mean...


Compound Interest Formula - Explained

An in-depth look at the compound interest formula as we break down how to calculate compound interest. The concept of compound interest is that interest is added back to the principal sum so that interest is earned on that added interest during the next compounding period.


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