Unit Conversions and Calculators


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General Financial Scientific XXIV = 24

General

Calculateme.com
www.calculateme.com
This site has conversions and calculations for temperature, gas mileage, speed, time, engergy and even butter!
 
Calculator.com
www.calculator.com
This site offers a comprehensive collection of online calculators for a variety of purposes: finance, business, science, and medicine. In addition, there are conversion programs for currency, time, and units of measure.
 
A Dictionary of Units
www.ex.ac.uk/cimt/dictunit/dictunit.htm
This site provides a summary of most of the units of measurement to be found in use around the world today (and a few of historical interest), together with the appropriate conversion factors needed to change them into a 'standard' unit of the S.I.
 
A Dictionary of Weights, Measures, and Units
www.oxfordreference.com/views/BOOK_SEARCH.html?book=t135
This comprehensive dictionary provides clear definitions of all the units, prefixes, and styling of the Syst�me International (SI), as well as industry-specific and traditional terms currently in use.
 
FootRule.com
www.footrule.com
This aptly named site is a continuously expanding collection of converters, units and measures, and data tables for researchers, scientists, and engineers. Chemical and physical data tables are featured, along with links to related sites.
 
Measure 4 Measure
http://www.wolinskyweb.net/measure.htm
This site is a collection of pages on the WWW that estimate, calculate, evaluate, and translate--from one quantity into another. Categories covered include science, mathematics, health, and finance.
 
megaConverter.com
www.megaconverter.com
This extraordinarily comprehensive site of weights, measures, and units conversion/calcuation modules allows users to answer nearly any question about unit equivalencies. How many units are in a chaldron? How many nanometers make up an inch? The answers are all here.
 


Financial
AIER Cost-of-Living Calculator
www.aier.org/research/col.php
Sponsored by the American Institute for Economic Research, this site provides comparative cost-of-living data from 1913 to the present (using the Consumer Price Index). Other sites providing both current and historical information about inflation, prices, and cost-of-living include: The Inflation Calculator, Consumer Price Indexes (Bureau of Labor Statistics), and Inflation Conversion Factors.
 
LeadFusion
http://www.leadfusion.com/
This site features calculators and other data comparison devices form personal investing, saving, and banking.
 
Forbes Toolbox
www.forbes.com/tool/html/toolbox2.htm
This site offers a wide variety of financial calculators for both personal and business applications. Categories include retirement, asset allocation, investing, savings, mortgages, and insurance. See also Kiplinger.com Calculators and The Hedgehog's Calculators for similar services.
 
HomeFair.com
www.homefair.com
This site provides calculators and other resources for anyone seeking to purchase a home or relocate, including information on comparative cost of living indexes by location.
 
OANDA: The Currency Site
www.oanda.com
Just about everything you might want to know about currency conversion and exchange rates is here, including historical data for a variety of currency and exchange trends.
 
Universal Currency Converter
www.xe.net/ucc
This site permits interactive foreign exchange rate conversion.


Scientific
Fundamental Physical Constants
http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants
Supported by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, this site provides a wealth information about physical constants, including correlation coefficients between any pair of constants.
 
Online Conversion
www.onlineconversion.com
Convert just about anything to anything else. Over 5,000 units, and 30,000 conversions.


Roman Numeral Converters
Fundamental Physical Constants
www2.inetdirect.net/~charta/Roman_numerals.html
This site is intended as a guide to deciphering Roman numeral year dates as they are commonly found in the imprints of both modern and early printed books.
 
Roman Numeral Converter
www.novaroma.org/via_romana/numbers.html
Just what the site title claims.