Calculation of percentages

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## Calculation of percentages

## Percentage increase

## Percentage change

## Direct proportion

## Indirect proportionality

## Share in percentage

## Profit from interest

## Price without VAT

## Price with VAT

## Trade margin

## Surcharge

## Discount in percentage

Geometric calculations

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## Center of the triangle

## Angles of a triangle

## Polygon

## Cube

## Cylinder

## Ellipsoid

## Pyramid

## Sphere

## Sphere segment

## Block

## Cone

## Circular segment

Physics calculations

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## Newton's law of motion

## Work done by a force

## Kinetic energy

## Gravitational field

## Conservation of momentum

## Newton's second law

## Oscilating object

## Law of Gravity

## Snell's law of refraction

## Electric potential

## Ohm's law

## Coulomb's law

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