**Physics explores everything.**

Its purpose is to study the entire universe. Some people get scared by this, understandably so, but there is no reason to give up on it.

While complicated in some areas, it is incredibly interesting, and there’s no better feeling than understanding something you thought you never could.

Our calculators are here to prove physics can be understood by everyone. If you’re struggling with a physics concept or field, I’m sure you will be able to find something that helps you in this category.

Whether you’re just a high school student, or more advanced, it’s never smooth sailing. So don’t torture yourself. Help yourself out. Let us help you in helping yourself.

In this article, we will explain and show how our Thin Lens Equation Calculator can help you learn how a lens can magnify something in […]

With our Malus Law Calculator you will be able to calculate light intensity that passes through the polarization filter. In physics, there are two ways […]

Use a reduced mass calculator when you need to get reduced mass from two bodies. This physical value you can use to simplify the equation […]

The Poisson’s Ratio Calculator provides the Poisson’s ratio of any material by entering the values of Young’s modulus and shear modulus or transverse strain and […]

The direction of propagation of moving light changes when it encounters a material with a changing refractive index. This light can either reflect (angle of […]

The lens maker equation calculator is a tool that aids in the selection of optimal parameters for obtaining a given focal length. Both the geometric […]

Our dB calculator will help you find the SPL sound pressure level, which we explained in detail in this article. You can use it to […]

This torque calculator is a great tool for a person who wants to know how much torque is needed to do a particular job. You […]

We use the term speed in everyday use, whether it is how fast we can complete a task or how quickly we need to get […]

We use the binoculars range calculator with any other binoculars whose reticle is covered in the image. You could also use this scale to calculate […]

We all need relief when we want to compare the performance of different vehicles, which is why there is a power-to-weight ratio calculator. The following […]

CalCon has developed the BMEP calculator for finding the Brake Mean Effective Pressure of an engine, a valuable tool for performance comparison of different engines […]

How Projectile Motion Calculator Works? This horizontal projectile motion calculator is a tool for calculating a specific example of projectile motion in which an item […]

Through this article, you can get acquainted with Hooke’s Law calculator. You can find out the purpose of this calculator and what principle it works […]

Friction is the force that opposes the relative motion of tangible textures, fluid layers, and material elements sliding against each other. Friction is one of […]

This article will give you a detailed look at a CFM carburetor calculator. Are you wondering how does a carb work? What does CFM mean […]

Our team has created a calculator to calculate the length of the belt of any kind. With the CalCon Belt Length Calculator, you can calculate […]

This elastic potential energy calculator makes calculating a spring’s potential energy when stretched or compressed simple. Continue reading to learn more about this subject, including […]

No one wants to be the one to have a faulty product that harms someone, but sometimes accidents happen. This calculator is an easy way […]

What is thrust? Thrust is the force described by Newton’s third law. When a system expels or accelerates mass in one direction, the accelerated mass […]

What is potential energy? – Definition Potential energy is the energy of an object that is not in motion. Similar to kinetic energy, it can […]

Frequency definition and the frequency formula Frequency (lat. Frequentia, notation for ν) is a physical quantity that produces the number of repetitions of a periodic […]

What is linear motion? Linear motion is any motion along a straight line. In other words, the object in motion does not change its direction. […]

What is kinetic energy? Kinetic energy is the energy a body possesses while it is in motion. The official SI unit for it is a […]

What is pressure? Pressure (p) is a physical quantity that represents the amount of force exerted onto a unit of surface area. A common mistake […]

What is a free fall? A free fall is any motion where the only force acting upon an object is gravity. Despite the name, an […]

What is acceleration? Acceleration (a) is the change of velocity for a given object in motion with respect to time. The official SI unit of […]

What is density? Density (Greek:[latex]\rho[/latex]) is a physical quantity determined as the quotient of the mass m and the volume V of a body or […]

Force definition A force (F) is a physical vector quantity that describes any influence on a change in the shape and structure of a body, […]

What is gravity? Gravity (according to lat. Gravitas: weight), the force of mutual attraction between masses. According to Isaac Newton, gravity is an essential property […]

What is Temperature? [latexpage]We use Temperature as a physical quantity to express heat and cold. It is the manifestation of thermal energy, which is found […]