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The laws of fractional and integer exponents.
an am = an + m (1)
an / am = an - m (2)
(an)m = (am)n = an m (3)
(ab)m = am bm (4)
(a / b)m = am / bm (5)
p an ± q an = (p ± q) an (6)
a-n = 1 / an (7)
am/n = (am)1/n = (a1/n)m (8)
p (a)1/n ± q (a)1/n = (p ± q) a1/n (9)
(a b)1/n = a1/n b1/n (10)
a1/n / b1/n = (a / b)1/n (11)
(amx)1/nx = (am)1/n (12)
(-a)1/2 = i a1/2 (13)
i = imaginary number
The SI-system, unit converters, physical constants, drawing scales and more.
Mathematical rules and laws - numbers, areas, volumes, exponents, trigonometric functions and more.
Principal algebraic expressions formulas.
Prefix names used for multiples and submultiples units.
Derivatives and differentiation expressions.
Law of fractions
Areas, diagonals and more - of geometric figures like rectangles, triangles, trapezoids ..
One side of a triangle when the opposite angle and two sides are known.
Calculate the angles in a generic triangle.
The rules of logarithms - log10 and loge for numbers ranging 1 to 1000.
Calculate square, cube, square root and cubic root. Values tabulated for numbers ranging 1 to 100.
The difference between standard, scientific and engineering number notation.
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