Formula Solver

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About this app

Formula Solver is a simple and easy-to-use application for physical and chemical calculations. It features 100+ of formulas in physics and chemistry, with images of the equations, descriptions of elements in the formulas and selector not only of base units for calculation but also the result unit. The formulas of physics are grouped into 12 categories, including electricity, magnetism, hydromechanics, mechanics, mechanics of vibration, mechanics of waves, mechanics of acoustics, molecular physics, thermodynamics, optics, quantum physics, and special theory of relativity. The application also features step-by-step instructions for some formulas. Whether you need help with solving equations in physics and chemistry, Formula Solver is an useful tool for any science enthusiast or student.

• Formulas from 12 categories of physics
• 100+ formulas across physics and chemistry
• Images of equation for given formula
• Description of elements in formulas
• Showing units of elements
• Showing procedure of calculation for some formulas
• Possibility to choose not only base unit for calculation and result

Use cases
• Helping with physics and chemistry in school
• Controlling results after test
• To see how some formulas can be solve
Updated on
Mar 8, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

70 reviews
A Google user
October 9, 2018
Concept is good but it has a long way before it becomes usable. For instance, while calculating the height of a projectile, why am i expected to write the value of g. It could have filled in the defaults. Also why should i indicate what to find, can't you just find all the missing ones based on what has been filled? And then those nasty errors that keep popping up.
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A Google user
October 11, 2018
Please add a scientific keyboard with the app. The textboxes just open the default numpad, which is not sufficient. For instance charge of an electron cannot be typed with 19 zeros.
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March 23, 2023
Poorly designed UI. Tested w/ mirror focal length, entered value for r, hit calculate & it said "Determine what you want to calculate" b/c entering a value doesn't auto-select the radio button. Selected the radio button next to radius (since that's the field I filled, & normally with radio buttons the one next to the field you fill is the one you select) & it said "Enter value of element: f." Had to select the radio button next to f to get it to work. Very unintuitive & cumbersome. +Other issues
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David Šimák
March 24, 2023
Hi. I am sorry for the trouble. It asked you to determine the value you want to calculate (the element you don't have value and want to calculate) not values you entered. In your case you should press the radio button next to f and fill the value for r in field. If you have any suggestion for improvement, please contact me:

What's new

Bug fix