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Confidence Interval for the Mean

Calculates a (90% - 99%) estimation of confidence interval for the mean given a small sample size using the student-t method with (n - 1) degrees of freedom or a large sample size using the normal distribution Z-score (z value) method including Standard Error of the Mean

Confidence Interval for Variance and Standard Deviation

Calculates a (95% - 99%) estimation of confidence interval for the standard deviation or variance using the χ^{2} method with (n - 1) degrees of freedom.

Decimal Degree Minutes Seconds

Convertes decimal degrees to degrees, minutes, seconds or degrees, minutes seconds, to decimal degrees

Polynomial

This calculator will take an expression without division signs and combine like terms.

It will also analyze an polynomial that you enter to identify constant, variables, and exponents. It determines the degree as well.

It will also analyze an polynomial that you enter to identify constant, variables, and exponents. It determines the degree as well.

Student-t Distribution Critical Values

Given an α value and degrees of freedom, this calculates the right-tailed test and left-tailed test critical values for the Student-t Distribution

Sum to Product and Product to Sum Formulas

Given two angles in degrees of u and v, this determines the following:

* Sin(u) ± Sin(v)

* Cos(u) ± Cos(v)

* Sin(u)Sin(v)

* Cos(u)Cos(v)

* Sin(u)Cos(v)

* Cos(u)Sin(v)

* Sin(u + v)

* Sin(u - v)

* Cos(u + v)

* Cos(u - v)

* Tan(u + v)

* Tan(u - v)

* Sin(u) ± Sin(v)

* Cos(u) ± Cos(v)

* Sin(u)Sin(v)

* Cos(u)Cos(v)

* Sin(u)Cos(v)

* Cos(u)Sin(v)

* Sin(u + v)

* Sin(u - v)

* Cos(u + v)

* Cos(u - v)

* Tan(u + v)

* Tan(u - v)

Synthetic Division

Using Ruffinis Rule, this performs synthetic division by dividing a polynomial with a maximum degree of 6 by a term (x ± c) where c is a constant root using the factor theorem. The calculator returns a quotient answer that includes a remainder if applicable.

Trig Angle conversions

Converts between degrees, radians, gradians, revolutions, and quadrants.

Trig Measurement

Given an angle θ, this calculates the following measurements:

Sin(θ) = Sine

Cos(θ) = Cosine

Tan(θ) = Tangent

Csc(θ) = Cosecant

Sec(θ) = Secant

Cot(θ) = Cotangent

Arcsin(x) = θ = Arcsine

Arccos(x) = θ = Arccosine

Arctan(x) =θ = Arctangent

Also converts between Degrees and Radians and Gradians

Coterminal Angles as well as determine if it is acute, obtuse, or right angle. For acute angles, a cofunction will be determined.

Sin(θ) = Sine

Cos(θ) = Cosine

Tan(θ) = Tangent

Csc(θ) = Cosecant

Sec(θ) = Secant

Cot(θ) = Cotangent

Arcsin(x) = θ = Arcsine

Arccos(x) = θ = Arccosine

Arctan(x) =θ = Arctangent

Also converts between Degrees and Radians and Gradians

Coterminal Angles as well as determine if it is acute, obtuse, or right angle. For acute angles, a cofunction will be determined.

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