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Mathematical Constants and Symbols Displayed Instantly on New Website
Kevin Savetz -- Free Printables Kevin Savetz -- Free Printables
Portland, OR
Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Mathematical Constants

MathematicalConstants.com is a brand-new website that instantly displays mathematical constants and symbols. It's useful for students and anyone else who works with mathematical or physical constants and needs to know their symbol and numerical value.

"I'm pleased to offer this handy little site dedicated to mathematical and physical constants," said Kevin Savetz, the site's creator. "It's the latest addition to my 'family' of helpful math sites."

Other math resources include: AsAFraction.com for fractions, AsAPercent.com for percentages and SimplifyFractions.com for simplifying. WhatIsThepH.com lets users see the pH of various acids, bases and common substances.

MathematicalConstants.com is simple and straight-forward. Site visitors use a drop-down menu to choose a constant (such as acceleration due to gravity, Compton Wavelength or Twin Prime Constant) and they will immediately see what symbol represents that constant as well as the constant's value.

Forty mathematical and physical constants are represented on the site, including Parsecs – something Star Wars fans may appreciate.

"I'm happy to continue to offer convenient sites that answer tough questions instantly," Savetz said. "Whether you're working with the Faraday Constant or messing with gravity, MathematicalConstants.com has your back."

There are more than 100 sites in the FreePrintable.net family of free printables sites and educational tools created by Savetz Publishing, Inc., a company devoted to creating useful and informative web sites of interest to consumers and small businesses.


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