This function calculates the volume of the lollipop using the formula for the volume of a sphere. Licks are assumed to remove an area of roughly one square centimeter, 2 millimeters deep. Finally, the function adds 2 to account for the stick and the outermost layer of candy. Enter Lollipop Diameter (cm): Calculate Licks
As you all know, I’m a software developer, and I spend hours every day sitting at my computer, writing code and designing software programs. As a result, my back is constantly sore and aching. My cat is so darn cute, and provides an excellent distraction, but even she can’t block out the pain entirely. But … Read more
I have a number of 100Ah batteries connected in parallel, and I have a number of 100W solar panels operating outside. If I estimate the efficiency of the solar panels as 25% (based on daylight hours and angle of incidence), and I aim for twice the battery capacity I’ll be consuming in a day, then … Read more
This form takes a given electromagnetic frequency, and responds with the optimal antenna length in both Imperial and SI units: Electromagnetic frequency (Hz): Optimal antenna length (meters): Optimal antenna length (feet): Optimal antenna length (cm): Optimal antenna length (inches):
This is a cute little story about a turtle and a mouse where you get to enter the names and properties of the animals. It’s written in Java.