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With the Area Conversion Calculator, you can simultaneously convert an area measurement into square millimeters, square centimeters, square meters, square kilometers, square inches, square feet, square yards, square miles, acres and hectares.
The Blood Alcohol Calculator estimates the blood alcohol content of a person based on the amount of alcohol consumed, the time period during consumption and the person's weight.
The Coinsurance Calculator is used by adjusters to determine the amount payable on a property claim when the amount of insurance purchased is less than the amount that was required.
The Department of Insurance database includes contact information for each state's Department of Insurance office.
The Department of Motor Vehicles database includes contact information and report costs for DMV offices across the United States.
This calculator will compute the total Board Feet required based upon the size of the lumber and the length of required lumber.
Using the Great Circle method which treats the globe as a perfect sphere, the Distance Calculator estimates the distance between varying latitudes and longitudes.
Our Fire Department Database includes contact and location information for fire departments across the US.
Using the Flow Conversion Calculator, you can simultaneously compare an existing flow rate measurement to cubic meters per second, cubic feet per second, gallons per minute, and acre-fee per day.
Our Hospital Database includes contact and location information for hospitals and medical facilities across the US.
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