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- General Stuff
- Terminology, hex tables, Proposed new digits, base names, geometry, Roman numeral math tables and more!
- All About The Numbers
- Facts about each of the numbers 0 to 12.
- 2-D Addition Tables
- Two-dimensional addition tables.
- Addition Tables Decimals Edition
- Addition of two numbers: decimal edition.
- 2-D Subtraction Tables
- Two-dimensional subtraction tables.
- 2-D Multiplication Tables
- Two-dimensional multiplication tables.
- Multiplication Tables Decimals Edition
- Multiplication of two numbers: decimal edition.
- Division Tables with Remainders
- Each box has a quotient and remainder as a result of division between a dividend and a divisor.
- Division of Numbers Decimals Edition
- Division of two numbers: decimal edition.
- Powers and Roots of 2 and 3
- We take a whole number and raise it to powers of 2, 3, 1/2 and 1/3, and in some cases, before raising the whole number, multiply it by 10 or 100.
- Powers of n Tables Decimals Edition
- Powers of number n: decimals edition.
- n to the kth Power
- We take a whole number and raise it to the power of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10.
- Degree Roots of n Tables Decimals Edition
- Degree roots of number n: decimals edition.
- Perfect Right Angles
- Perfect right angle numbers is what you get when you take two whole numbers, square them, add them together, then take the square root of it, and still have another whole number.
- Right Angle Addition Tables - 2D
- A table of the length of the diagonal line when you take the lengths of two lines connected as a 90 degree angle.
- A Factorial is where you multiply the first n natural numbers to form a product.
- A Triangular is where you add the first n natural numbers to form a sum.
- Least Common Multiples
- The smallest positive number that is a multiple of two or more numbers.
- Greatest Common Denominators
- The greatest common divisor (gcd), also known as the greatest common denominator, greatest common factor (gcf), or highest common factor (hcf), of two or more non-zero integers, is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers without a remainder.
- Prime Numbers
- Prime numbers are numbers that have only 2 factors: 1 and themselves. For example, the first 5 prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, 7, and 11. By contrast, numbers with more than 2 factors are call composite numbers.
- Factors of Each Number
- The factors of a number are the numbers that divide evenly into the number.
- Prime Factors of Each Number
- The prime factors of a number are all the prime numbers that, when multiplied together, equal the original number.
- Decimal to Hexadecimal Conversion
- We convert some decimal numbers and convert them to hexadecimal.
- Hexadecimal Addition Tables
- Addition tables for hexadecimal numbers.
- Hexadecimal Subtraction Tables
- Tables for subracting two hexadecimal numbers.
- Hexadecimal Multiplication Tables
- Multiplication tables for hexadecimal numbers.
- Fractional Tables
- Tables for adding or multiplying two fractions.
- Common Logarithms Tables
- Common log tables
- Natural Logarithms Tables
- Natural log tables
- Binary Logarithms Tables
- Binary log tables
- Superpowerition: A New Math Operation
- We go beyond addition, multiplication and powers of numbers with this operation. We don't know what it's good for...yet.
- Superpowerition Operation Tables
- Superpowerition operation tables.
NOTE: under construction
- The nth Root of n Tables
- We take the nth root of itself. (under construction, answers may be wrong!)
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