# Category: Metric # Ounces To Kilograms Calculator (oz to kg)

Convert Ounces (oz) to kilograms (kg) using this conversion calculator for weight conversions. 1 Ounce equals 0.0283495 Kilograms. The formula to convert ounces to kilograms is to multiply ounces by … Continue Reading → # Ounces To Milligrams Calculator (oz to mg)

Convert Ounces (oz) to milligrams (mg) using this conversion calculator for weight conversions. 1 Ounce equals 28349.5 Milligrams. The formula to convert ounces to milligrams is to multiply ounces b … Continue Reading → # Convert Centimeters To Inches (cm to in) Calculator

Convert Centimeters (cm) to Inches (in) using this conversion calculator. 1 centimeter is equal to 0.393701 inches. If you need to know how to convert centimeters to inches, multiply centimeters by … Continue Reading → # Convert Inches To Centimeters (in to cm) Calculator

Convert Inches (in) to Centimeters (cm) using this conversion calculator. 1 inch is equal to 2.54 centimeters. If you need to know how to convert inches to centimeters, multiply inches by 2.54. # Calculate The Area Of A Circle

To calculate the area of a circle, use the following formula:

Let’s say our circle is 8 inches in diameter. Half of the circle’s diameter equals it’s radius (8 / 2 = 4). Square the radius (4 * 4 = … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Trapezium

To calculate the area of a trapezium, which is essentially a rectangle with triangles on either side:

add together the top and bottom (top + bottom)
multiply the result with the height ((top + bot … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Triangle

To calculate the area of a triangle:

multiply the base with the height (base * height)
divide the result in half ((base * height) / 2) … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Parallelogram

To calculate the area of a Parallelogram, use the following formula:

multiply the width with the height (width * height) … Continue Reading → # Calculate The Area Of A Rectangle

To calculate the area of a Rectangle, use the following formula:

multiply the width with the height (width * height) … Continue Reading →