AffordaBilly is a simple interest loan calculator, focused on determining how large a loan the user can afford, given an interest rate, how large a payment they can make, and length of the loan in years. Users can choose monthly or bi-weekly payments. The results will show the maximum amount of a loan that the user can afford based on the monthly payment and interest rate.
Ever wondered how long it will take to pay off your credit card with those minimum payments? PayBackTime will tell you! This script is focused on determining how long it will take to pay off a loan or credit card, given a minimum payment, balance, and interest rate. The results will show the time it will take to pay off the balance with that monthly payment, number of payments, and the total interest the user will end up paying. For illustration purposes, it also shows the same data based on a bi-weekly payment of half the amount of the monthly payment.
A calculator written in perl that does Addition, Multiplication, Subraction, Division, and Exponents. The script includes a simple 3 page and cgi file format. There is a html page explaining the calculator, a html page where the user enters the sum and the template file which ouputs the data.
A calculator written in perl that does Addition, Multiplication, Subraction, Division, and Exponents. Includes an html form, the calculator.pl file, and documentation. Small download and simple installation.
This CGI script 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.
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. This calculator allows the user to input the fluid type, the fluid temperature, the flow rate, the pipe size, pipe length, and pipe material. The calculator then determines the velocity, the Reynolds number, the Moody friction factor, the pipe friction factor, the pipe head loss, and the pipe friction loss in PSI.