Bing puts the world’s information at your fingertips with features designed for students and teachers to use in, and out, of the classroom.
• See our Solar System in motion with different views and facts about each planet at any stage of its orbit. Search for ‘solar system’ to get the answer.

Find additional resources for exploring and learning more about our solar system here.
• Curious about the night sky? Which constellation includes the North Star and what is its proper name? Search for ‘constellations,’ then navigate through the stars to find out.

• An interactive table that allows you to explore elements in depth. Just search for ‘periodic table’ to find detailed properties of each element.

• Find Lewis structure views, facts about bonds, and other details about molecules. Search by molecule name, for example ‘water molecule’ or ‘methane molecule,’ or by chemical formula, like ‘H2O compound’ or ‘CH4 compound.’

• How quickly are you working through your flashcards? Use our stopwatch to find out. Then, try out our timer to count down your timed tests. Search for ‘stopwatch’ or ‘timer’ to get started.

• How many miles are in a kilometer? How many ounces are in 3 liters? Just search for ‘convert units.’

• What’s the atomic mass of mercury? The melting point of lithium? The symbol for potassium? Easily find key properties of each element in the periodic table. Search for the name of the element or select one on the periodic table.

• What’s the speed of light? The value of the Faraday constant? Find scientific constants by searching for them by name, like ‘speed of light.’ For a larger list of constants available on Bing, see the index.

• Need help with multiplication or just want to improve your skills? Search for ‘multiplication table,’ to find a quick answer or challenge yourself with a fun quiz.

• Just search for a number to see its properties: ‘21 number,’ for example, to see if it’s happy, weird, prime, or all three.

• Enter a polynomial equation in the Bing search box or search for ‘polynomial solver’ for help solving polynomial equations.

• Discover all kinds of facts about the shapes that surround you with our geometric shapes answer. Search for the shape name, ‘octahedron’ for example.

• Left your calculator at home? Let Bing crunch those numbers for you—just search for ‘calculator’.

• Explore formulas for area, perimeter, volume, and more with the geometry calculator. Search for a math expression like ‘volume of a pyramid’ and start calculating.

• Algebra, geometry, and calculus on your mind? Use our graphing functions to see graphs of equations. Enter an equation like ‘Sin(x)/3(x)’ or ‘Tan(x)’ in the search box to get to the graph.

• How many US dollars will you get for 1 Bitcoin? To find currency conversions, search for ‘1 btc to USD’ or ‘US dollars per Thai baht’ for current conversion rates.

• Search for ‘On this day’ and you’ll find descriptions of events that took place on this day in history. You can also enter different days of the year and explore answers for that date, ‘Nov 20 in history’ for example. What happened in history on your birthday?

• Translate text, webpages, essays, and more in 50 different languages. Use the search word ‘translator,’ then enter the text, choose the language, and voila!

• The guitar tuner lets you set your tuning preference and provides you with perfect pitch to make music. Search ‘guitar tuner’ and choose your tuning preference.

• Cite sources properly in your homework or research paper. Choose among different available format based on your academic requirements.

• Enrich your vocabulary or get tips for poetry, crosswords, and many types of word games. The results display the top 10 words that start with, end with, or contain letters that you choose.

• Bing provides answers to common questions like, ‘How long is the Nile River?’ and ‘What is the tallest building in the world?’ Just enter your question in the search box.

• Trace the lineage of royal families, individual kings, or queens, by scrolling through time while learning about each family member.

• It’s all about the delivery. Search for important people in history and listen to snippets of their famous speeches. Find links to the speeches in the Snapshot pane on the right side of your results page. For example, search for ‘Martin Luther King, Jr’ and you’ll find an audio clip of his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech.