New Website Displays Mathematical Constants

by kevin on June 22, 2018

MathematicalConstants.com is my newest website, and it instantly displays mathematical constants and symbols for students or anyyone else who needs to know the symbol and numerical value of mathematical or physical constants.

You may already be familiar with my other helpful math resources: AsAFraction.com for fractions, AsAPercent.com for percentages and SimplifyFractions.com for simplifying. WhatIsThepH.com shows the pH of various acids, bases, and common substances.

MathematicalConstants.com has a simple drop-down menu that lets you choose a constant (such as acceleration due to gravity or Compton Wavelength) and then it displays what symbol represents that constant as well as the constant’s value. Forty mathematical and physical constants are represented on the site, from the Faraday Constant to (attention, Star Wars fans!) Parsecs.

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