Just one example of a calculator you could put on your website is a child math tutor. The script will create a tutor that will allow the student to enter his or her name and click on addition, multiplication, subtraction, or division. The student will then choose the type of number set, either 0’s, 1’s, 2’s, 3’s, 4’s, 5’s, 6’s, 7’s, 8’s, 9’s, or random. The student will then enter the equation, such as 2 X 9. The student will enter his or her answer and then click check answer. The program will either say the answer was correct or incorrect.
For this particular script, there is also HTML script to be copied and pasted, and there are instructions for that too. It must be pasted between the two tags. The second comes near the end of all script, but the first comes much earlier, after the head tags. After both sets of script are added, save the changes, and you will have a calculator on your website.
Other calculators on that site include a credit card minimum payment interest calculator, a debt investment calculator, a lifetime savings calculator, and others.