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Formula Solver Giveaway

Android Giveaway of the Day - Formula Solver

Simple application for physical and chemical calculations.
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Simple application for physical and chemical calculations. This app help you in physics, math and chemistry, if you need to know, what formula you must use in calculation, help you to control your calculation and calculating in formula.

Categories of physics:
* Electricity and magnetism
* Hydromechanics
* Mechanics of vibration, waves and acoustics
* Mechanics
* Molecular physics and ternodynamics
* Optics
* Quantum physics
* Special theory of relativity
Mathematical formulas

Premium Features:
* No ads
* For most calculations, it is possible to show the calculation procedure
* Search in categories
* Unit converter

* Show calculation procedure for all formulas (Premium)
* Add a formula to the test section
* Math formulas

Another education apps:
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- Physics Free - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cz.david_simak.physics_free
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- Math Free - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cz.david_simak.math_free
- Math -

The icons in the application come from www.materialdesignicons.com

The application icon is from Martin Šenovský - https://www.facebook.com/SenovskyMartin/


David Šimák










4.0.3 and up

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Yay! Ohm's Law! I use this a lot at work so very useful, now I don't have to use my calculator and write a bunch of stuff. I did recommend putting the ratio formula someplace, (A/B=%/100) because it's something I find also quite handy, but otherwise I like this app. Just FYI, if I have to mix something and it says "use 2 parts of this for every 10 parts of that" well, that's when you use the ratio formula to calculate how much to mix if you need a certain amount. It's not always %/100, sometimes it's just a straight ratio.

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