# Cross sum calculator

Calculate the cross sum (also digit sum) of a number. The cross sum is the sum of all single numbers. For example the cross sum of 12 is 1+2=3.

Additionally the tool calculates the weighted, alternating and k-cross sum too.

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Calculate the cross sum (also digit sum) of a number. The cross sum is the sum of all single numbers. For example the cross sum of 12 is 1+2=3.

Additionally the tool calculates the weighted, alternating and k-cross sum too.

You can calculate the mathematic cross sum of a number using this tool. After you typed in a number, the result will be displayed. To calculate the normal cross sum you just have to add all single numbers. For example the cross sum of 12 is 3 (2+1).**Single digit**

From the result the cross sum will be calculated again, until the result is single-digit.**Weighted cross sum**

As the normal cross sum, but e.g. the numbers are multiplied ascending, thus for the number 220: 2 * 1 + 2 * 2 + 0 * 3 = 6**Alternating cross sum**

It is subtracted and added alternately.**k-Cross sum**

k is a variable. It describes the number of digits that are added. Starting from the right, this is an example for the number 220 and k=2: 20 + 2 = 22

**Category:** Numbers

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**05/22/2019:** Text comparison improvements (deleted lines)

**05/14/2019:** New tool: SVG Editor

**02/08/2019:** Fullscreen mode available (button in the navigation menu)

**12/15/2018:** Cross sum with many new functions

**12/03/2018:** Contact form optimized

**04/14/2018:** Optimization for sessions and time detection