## Calculator Widgets

- Calculator Web2.0 (iframe_calculator_scientific.html)

2. Joomla.net Scietific Calculator - Module

3. Widgetcode - Simple (iframe_calculator_basic.html)

4. Widgetcode - Scientific (iframe_calculator_widgetcode_scientific.html)

5 .Widgetcode - Multi-Purpose (iframe_calculator_widgetcode_multipurpose.html)

## 2. Calculator Popups

**Fractions Calculator**: Calculator Use

Use this fraction calculator for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions. Answers are provided as simplified fractions in lowest terms or as mixed numbers in reduced form. Input proper or improper fractions, select the math operation and click Calculate.

You can also add, subtract, multiply or divide negative fractions. Insert a negative (minus) sign before the numerator (top number) for each fraction that is negative. For example if one of your fractions is -16/20 just insert a "-" before the "16" and proceed to enter all other numerators and denominators. Choose the math operation and click Calculate

Link: https://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/math/fractions.php

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**Math Equation Solver**: Calculator Use

Solve math problems using order of operations like PEMDAS, BEDMAS and BODMAS. This calculator solves math equations that add, subtract, multiply and divide positive and negative numbers and exponential numbers. You can also include parentheses and numbers with exponents or roots in your equations.

Use these math symbols:

**+** Addition

**-** Subtraction

***** Multiplication

**/** Division

**^** Exponents (2^5 is 2 raised to the power of 5)

**r** Roots (2r3 is the 3rd root of 2)

**() [] {}** Brackets

You can try to copy equations from other printed sources and paste them here and, if they use ÷ for division and × for multiplication, this equation calculator will try to convert them to / and * respectively but in some cases you may need to retype copied and pasted symbols or even full equations.

If your equation has fractional exponents or roots be sure to enclose the fractions in parentheses. For example:

- 5^(2/3) is 5 raised to the 2/3
- 5r(1/4) is the 1/4 root of 5 which is the same as 5 raised to the 4th power

Link: https://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/math/math-equation-solver.php

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**Percent to Decimal Calculator**: Calculator Use

Input the percent value that you would like to convert to a decimal. This calculator divides by 100 to convert percents to decimal values.

##### How to Convert a Percent to a Decimal

- Divide a percentage by 100 to convert from a percent to a decimal. Examples:
- 10% is
**10/100**= 0.10 - 67.5% is
**67.5/100**= 0.675

Note that the short way to convert from a percentage to a decimal is by removing the percent sign and moving the decimal point 2 places to the left.

##### How to convert a decimal to a percentage:

- Multiply by 100
- 0.156 becomes
**0.156 * 100**= 15.6%

Link: https://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/math/percent-to-decimal-calculator.php

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