Extrapolate your weight and yearly earnings for an evaluation via properties of gold, and hypothetically a heart of gold for integration. The calc. also gives a home price for a lucid estimate when looking for an affordable client-side residence.

# Math Related JavaScript Code Snippets

Many of these snippets deal with JavaScript calculators. They either serve a specific purpose or are just general calculators. Other snippets listed here deal with JavaScript equivalents. They convert from one unit to another in many categories – acceleration, power, and velocity, just to name a few.

This script has been known to crash lower version NN browsers. It’s a big script — get it all! by Spikeman

This script tells you which site you were linked from

This is the second, more interactive version that tells what browser the user is using and more, by pressing a button

Are you designing a diet Web site? Are you using the Weight Watchers Points plan to lose weight? If so, this little calculator might just come in handy. A simple but quick method to figure WW points.

This simple script tells the user which site he was linked to your page from

“I wonder when my machine will crash again? Now using the this simple script I can see how long statistically speaking I will have to wait. I’m sure it won’t be long.

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This one deals with weights! by Jonathan Weesner

Converts oz/gm/lb/mg into /oz/gm/lb/mg. Works with both NN and IE.

With this nifty script, written by my younger brother, you can find the volume of a cube, cone, cylinder, and rectangular prism on the fly!

This one deals with volume measurements! by Jonathan Weesner

This is a calculator that I did for our Union so non union workers could see how much money they are loosing. It is easily modified and instructions are in the code. If you use it please send me a link to where it is located.

Use JavaScript to find velocity equivalents.

Add, subtract, multiply, & divide.

Vitaliy’s Math Javascript Library – is the collection of mathematical routines not included in JavaScript built-in objects (Math, Number). The tool on this page is used to demonstrate how these functions work. A Netscape layer bug is fixed. Some logical errors fixed.