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    Perl Archive : Science and Math
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    The programs help with various aspects of financial chores. Also listed are programs that interface with real-time credit card processing agencies.
     
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      Fatalyzer CGI Script   

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     Price: Free   License: Free, Unrestricted

    Webmasters, add this free CGI script that allows your visitors to calculate their percentage of body fat based on various skinfold measurements. This is a great way to add content to your health or fitness web site. The accuracy of skinfold bodyfat testing is largely based on the accuracy of the measurements and calipers are recommended.

     (Added: Sat Oct 23 1999 Hits: 924 Rating: 6.00 Votes: 7)

      HAMWeather   

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     Price: free-$75

    The National Weather Service's IWIN provides local zone forecasts in the form of text files. With all the states seperate zones in one text file. When you get this file you have to look throuhgt it for your zone. Well this is where HAMweather helps out. It will search through the text files and provide you with the forecast for you city and/or county in the form of icons, brief descriptions and full text.

     (Added: Sun Jun 13 1999 Hits: 1101 Rating: 9.50 Votes: 4)

      Kilogram to Pound Converter   

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     Price: Free

    Converts Kilograms to Pounds

     (Added: Sat Aug 26 2000 Hits: 1294 Rating: 5.09 Votes: 51)

      MakeMath!   

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    Uses syntax similar to HTML to let you get math symbols (Greek letters, exponents, subscripts) into HTML pages.

     (Added: Thu Jul 08 1999 Hits: 866 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Quadratic-O-Matic   

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    You simply call the program as a url, type in the numbers to get your quadratic equation, and click "Solve that puppy." You will then be given the roots of the equation. If "b2 - 4ac" is negative, you'll be given the results in terms of the imaginary number i.

     (Added: Thu Jul 08 1999 Hits: 913 Rating: 7.00 Votes: 1)

      The Engineering Units Conversion Calculator   

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    This program allows users to convert units such as: Energy, Pressure, Volume, Density, Specific Volume, Specific Heat (Entropy), Enthalpy, Viscosity (absolute), and Coefficient of Heat Transfer.

     (Added: Thu Jul 08 1999 Hits: 1060 Rating: 8.00 Votes: 1)

      The Fluid Flow Calculator   

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    This calculator is used to calculate pipe friction losses for straight piping handling water and water with varying percentages of ethylene glycol. The calculator uses an algorithm developed from the basic principles of fluid mechanics.

     (Added: Thu Jul 08 1999 Hits: 1152 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 2)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


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