# Calculations and tests

Count Calculate is a gathering of smart, entertaining and useful calculations and tests. Count Calculate will asssist you in calculating everything from mortgage rates to how many days you have lived. The website mostly has its own calculations but also links to other calculations on the web.

• Calculate the probability of an event based on the odds set by a betting company
• Here you can calculate the average and actual value of an offer from a casino site such as "deposit \$50 and get an extra \$100 to play for".
• Percentage is a very common calculation that is sometimes a bit tricky to understand. Here you get help to calculate the most common percentage calculations.
• This calculation will help you converting most common measurements within weight, length, area, volume, speed etc.
• Here you can count how many times a certain word or specific characters occur in a specific text. The calculation will also count the total numbers of words and characters.
• Calculate quadratic equations with this excellent, visual, tool.
• Find out how large your penis would have been if you had been a man.
• This calculation will tell you how popular you are on the internet.
• Calculate how miserable your life is in this test that will go through all the dark parts of your life.
• So you are going out tonight? Perhaps on a date, to a nightclub or just to spend a quiet evening at the bridge club. This amazing calculator will estimate your chances of getting laid tonight!
• Find out how large your breasts would have been if you had grown up being a woman.
• Life is wonderful and if you want to find out exactly how wonderful your particular life is, this test is for you.
• Find out if you are at high risk of being a poor sucker by spending too much or if you are getting ripped off by your less attractive partner who should really be spending more on you. Formula fetched from the book Poor Sucker Syndrome by Mitch Vandell.
• Find out how well you and your partner match in love (given in percent) and how bright your common future look.
• Find out how well you and your partner fit together, how long you have been together, when you will break up (if you do) and, if so, why you will break up.
• When you are driving a vehicle the distance from where you see the danger until the vehicle has stopped will be calculated according to reaction time and breaking time. This calculation will estimate both.
• Even though these conversions are covered in the Converter on this website, they are so common that they have their own converter. You can convert between miles per hour, meters per second and kilomoters per hour.
• This calculation will calculated how much time you save (or lose) per hour, by increasing or decreasing the speed of your vehicle.
• A commonly used conversion is the conversion between miles per gallon and liters per kilometer (the most common conversions for fuel consumption). These are covered in the Converter but since it is so popular it is converted separately here as well.
• There are several costs related to a car, not only gas and insurance. This calculation takes a stand point and calculates the real cost of your car. It can then be used to compare it to other cars or public transportation costs.
• This calculation you can use if you have been out jogging, driving or...well, just moving around! It will calculate your average speed during that time.
• This calculation will find out when you will become a millionaire (in any given currency) considering your current income (profit per month).
• Compound interest is interest upon interest that will build up to create great wealth (or debt!) over time. This calculation will help you calculate how much you will gain through compound interest.
• If you have a website (or similar) that provide you with passive income, this calculation will help you calculate the current worth of your future income. You can use it to estimate a selling price.
• Wouldn't it be nice to kick back and live on the interest income of your assests? But how much would you need? Calculate that here.
• Calculate how much time it will be before you have repaid an entire loan, considering interest and mortgages.
• This calculation will calculate the monthly cost, or income, from a loan or account considering different interest rates.
• Enter your current interest rate, mortgage rate etc and find out what your monthly mortgage cost will be for different interest rates.
• If you are about to buy property you have to consider plenty of different types of costs. This calculation will help you to estimate the maximum bid you can put on a house considering your monthly costs.
• So, you have paid all your bills and perhaps spent a bit more. Now, calculate how much you have left to spend per day considering how much money you have left from your pay check.
• Calculate how much, after all your payments (rent, monthly fees etc), you can spend per day on other stuff.
• Use this calculation to find out how much each person (in a couple) should pay, evenly distributed according to how much each person earn.
• Use this calculation to calculate the area of a square or a rectangle.
• How much space do we have to live on, on planet Earth? Calculate this and many other things in this calculation for surface area for spheres.
• Calculate the volume of a cube or brick (such as a dice or an iPhone) using plenty of different input measurements and get the volume in any dimension you want.
• Calculate the volume of a sphere (such as the earth, a marble) using many different dimensions for both input and output.
• Ever wondered how much you would have to paint if you were to repaint the pyramids? No? Well, you can calculate surface areas of pyramids (with four-sided bases) here if you ever find the need.
• Calculate the volume of all common geometrical shapes, such as cubes, spheres, pyramids, cones etc.
• Calculate the volume of a cone (such as an ice cream cone), it allows multiple different types of inputs and outputs - depending on your need.
• Calculate the area of a (right-angled) triangle with this calculation.
• This calculation will calculate the area of a circle using either the diameter, the radius or the circumference as input.
• If you would unfold a cylinder it would become a rectangle. Calculate the surface area of a cylinder (i.e. that rectangle) here.
• Calculate the volume of a cylinder (such as a beer can or a hose) using many different dimensions for both input and output.
• Use this calculation to calculate the surface area of cubes and bricks.
• Calculate the volume of a pyramid with a four-sided bases (such as, well, the pyramids!) using several different dimensions for both input and output.
• With this calculation you can calculate the surface area of a cone.
• The surface area is the surface part of a three-dimensional object. You can use these calculations to determine that here.
• Calculate the area of all common geometrical shapes, such as circles, triangles etc.
• Calculate how many days you have lived and find out if you are close to your 10 000th birthday perhaps!
• This calculation helps you find out how much, for instance, 237 days is in matter of months, weeks, hours and so on.
• Calculate how many days there are between two given dates, for example today and Christmas Day.
• Calculate when you will have your 10 000th birthday or will turn 20 000 days and so on.
• Calculate how many days there are left until a certain date, or how many days ago there was since a certain date.
• What day of the week was it when you were born? Was your wedding really on a Saturday? Which weekday did the French Revolution take place? Find it all out in this calendar calculation.
• Do you want to have a reason to celebrate something with your family? Here you can calculate when your family turns 100 000 days, 100 years and similar things worth celebrating.
• Find out which date it will be in a certain number of days, or which date it was a certain number of days ago.
• Enter how much alcohol you drank and get an estimate of how much time you have to wait until you are sober again. The calculation is not scientific but based under the common assumption that the alcohol was consumed evenly during this period and that 2 cl of alcohol is digested every hour. In fact, alcohol metabolization is related to gender, liver function etc which this calculation does not consider.

Do NOT use this calculation as an absolute source to whether you can drive or operate a motorized vehicle! If you have consumed alcohol, the only safe method is to leave the car the day after. If you really want to see whether you are sober enough to drive or not, you should purchase an breathalyzer (like this cheap one or this quality breathalyzer) (for next time). It will give you the exact alcohol level of your blood. It is better that YOU check it than the police, right!?

This calculation uses alcohol given in volume percent. It is half the alcohol proof. I.e. 100 alcohol proof = 50% and 40 alcohol proof = 20 %.