# How to get rid of Mathway, GeoGebra, QuickMath, and Symbolab stuff?

When I Google search "arccos(-14/sqrt(30*68))=" (or any similar calculation), I just want Google to give me the number.

But instead Google first shows me this useless stuff from Mathway, GeoGebra, QuickMath, and Symbolab:

I have to scroll down before I see what I want:

How can I get rid of the Mathway, GeoGebra, QuickMath, and Symbolab stuff?

(I have uBlock origin. Is there maybe some code I can add to block the above?)

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## Omit The Equals Sign

Equals signs don't normally help or hurt Google Search calculator functions, although I don't normally include them.

Leaving out the equals sign = solves it so seems like the simplest aporoach:

arccos(-14/sqrt(30*68))

## Other Approaches

If leaving in the equals sign adding calc or calculate before or after the calculation addressed it as well.

calc arccos(-14/sqrt(30*68))=

Adding brackets around the whole thing also works:

(arccos(-14/sqrt(30*68))=)

As does simply adding the opening bracket and skipping the closing one:

(arccos(-14/sqrt(30*68))=

arccos(-14/sqrt(30*68))=

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Below is the top of the search results shown to me:

The page didn't include Mathway, GeoGebra, QuickMath, and Symbolab.

• Using "in degrees" has a very similar result, just the units are "degrees" instead of "radians".

• Using "degrees", the scientific calculator is shown below the result.

The above resulted from trial and error.

This works for me using the following: