# Ultimath [ultimate math tool]

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Sam Voss, Nov 24, 2010.

1. ### Sam Voss Well-Known Member Thread Starter 43

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Hey everybody, I'm Sam, and I'm the developer of Ultimath, your source to all of your math needs, constantly being updated more and more! Because this application is now out of Alpha/Beta, I've created a post here, I will continue to update this post, as I do my updates, and I would love to hear what everybody has to say, please follow me on Twitter:
• @lifeinjava
I have found a small fascination in twitter, I love it, and it is a great way for me to tell everybody/get suggestions from people and everyone is able to see what's going on with the application, although shooting me an email has never hurt anybody.

Alright, so about me: I'm a 16 year old Junior in high school, so I obviously live with my parents, my best friend and I are in love with Android, both love to develop, and never try to stop learning ( I look for EVERY opportunity ) and I would love to go to San Fransisco this next year (2011) to the Google convention.. yeah so all'n'all love Android, in Google code-in, not sure what I would like to do for this, as I don't know most of this, but its an experience!

Supporters:
johnlgalt

supporter
supporter+donated

Ultimath

Features:
• Number Converter (Binary, Decimal, Hexadecimal, Octal)
• Perimeter/Circumference/Area/Volume/Surface Area solvers
• Distance Formula (including midpoint)
• Miles/Kilometer conversion
• Temperature Converter (Fahrenheit, Celsius, Kelvin, Rankine, Reaumur)
• Pythagorean Theorm (solve for A, B or C)
• Heron's Formula
• Radical Simplification (go to Radical Simplification below for more details )
• Matrix (Add, Subract, Multiply matricies)
• Statistics Helpers ( flip a coin x times, roll a dice x times, create your own )

Number Converter

Perimeter/Circumference/Area/Volume/Surface Area

Distance Formula

Miles/Kilometer

Temperature Converter

Pythagorean Theorm

Heron's Formula

Matricies

Statistics Helpers

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3. ### Sam Voss Well-Known Member Thread Starter 43

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Thanks for the blog post! looks pretty sweet from my point of view have a good one!

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4. ### ElasticNinja Well-Known Member 183

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nice app

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5. ### Sam Voss Well-Known Member Thread Starter 43

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thanks

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