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iEquals Free Formula Solver Coming to App Store New Releases August 8

iEquals Free has been approved, and will be ready for download on August 8, 2013. This is an exciting time for me and as it is our first iOS App. We will stick it out and just wait for it to be available in the new releases of August 8th. Watch the YouTube Preview […]

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Waiting for Review on AppStore: iEquals Free Formula Solver

My fingers are crossed! Currently awaiting review for the iOS version of iEquals Free Formula Solver on the AppStore. If approved, it will be my first app submission and many more useful tools to enhance education will follow. Look forward to its release on August 8th, 2013. If you would like a quick look at […]

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Practice using Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, and Kinematic Equation 1

1) An egg weighing 2.12 ounces is dropped from a second floor window to the ground below. The egg accelerates at 9.81 m/s2 for 21 feet before coming to a complete rest on the ground. Assume that the resistance in the air is negligible. (a) What is the final velocity of the egg, in km/h, […]

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The 11 Steps of Numerical Problem Solving for Physics

In this post you will learn the 11 steps of numerical problem solving for physics. These steps are flexible and could also be used to solve problems in many other disciplines such as chemistry and engineering. At first glance some physics problems look overwhelming, especially when written as lengthy word problems. But if you do […]

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The trick for converting cubic meters to cubic millimeters

Hi students and learners alike, At first glance, one would think that the conversion from cubic meters, m3, to cubic millimeters, mm3, would be as easy as multiplying by 1000. It’s easy to get caught in this common error as going from meter units to millimeter units requires only the multiplication by 1000. Now, the […]

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See iEquals in Action with this iOS Preview

iEquals Free Formula Solver App Preview¬†<— Click to watch on YouTube Here’s a quick 32 second clip of iEquals Free Formula Solver in action. This preview shows off the unique user interface which displays a beautiful formula image, the intuitive input boxes, and best of all, the ability to change units with ease. iEquals Free […]

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Suggest a formula for iEquals Pro version

So if you’ve made it this far you may be interested in what iEquals has to offer. So what I would like to know is if you’re looking for a particular formula to be added to the Pro version? Please leave a comment below including the formula name, and if possible, a link to the […]

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Be the first to know when iEquals Free launches

iEquals Free is for you! Be proud to own one of the first iOS formula solving apps that includes the ability to change units integrated right there within your formula solver, right when you need them the most. You may ask why I did this. Well, it’s because while I was studying for a Bachelor’s […]

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