The MiniApps are spread over 36 Domains (some
MiniApps appear in multiple Domains). Each MiniApp is a standalone
computation which generates one or more values, a table, or a report,
each with the input, relevant equation, and output clearly
presented. Tap the [
MiniApps] tab to visit
a list of the Domains, then tap any entry to see the MiniApps in that
Domain. Or, tap [
MiniApps] → {
All MiniApps} for a list of all the MiniApps.
MiniApps are popular because each covers a single task, and they
minimize the amount of typing needed to get to the answer you
want. Among the Domains are:
• Health &
Fitness, with nine MiniApps, including Calories Burned, Body Mass
Index, Aerobic Points Earned, and Heart Rate.
•
Dollars & Sense, with 12 MiniApps, including Payoff Strategies,
Refinance, IRA futures, Bill Split and Present/Future Values.
• Math, with 133 MiniApps, including a wide range of
simple (to not so simple) computational tools. All the usual suspects
are available, and also simple MiniApps for integration, complex
arithmetic, intersecting shapes, solving quadratic, cubic and quartic
equations, summations, some matrix and vector operations, ...
• Integer Computations, with 22 MiniApps, including
modulo computations, various base representations, bit count, factoring,
summations, and Fibonacci and other series, ...
•
Solvers, with 44 MiniApps, including equation solvers, dot and cross
products, distance computations, LCM, GCD, integration, Amdahl's Law,
distance to the horizon, ...
• Physics, with 28
MiniApps, including Ohm's Law, e = mc², Potential and Kinetic
Energy, Capacitance and Resistance, Power and Work, ...
• Toss Ups, with Coin Flip, Dice Toss, Rock-Paper-Scissors,
Sheldon Cooper's Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock, and the very
un-intuitive Three Doors.
• And 29 other
Domains
Here is a simple Solver MiniApp for a common homework problem:
Find the
values of
x,
y, and
z for these three equations.
- 3x + 5y + 2z = 22
- x + 2y + 4z = –23
- ½x – y – z = 9