By adding various pieces of data about a chemistry (and eventually physics) problem, our Android app AOmega uses various formulas and techniques to solve for as many variables as possible. For the hackathon, we ensured that our app worked with stoichiometry, the ideal gas law, and the Clausius-Clapeyron equation, in addition to writing the underlying data structures. Besides just solving problems, our application also demonstrates the equations and processes used to reach the final answer. While our descriptions of formulas are sparse due to the time constraint, we plan to improve the app to provide detailed information on each equation. Eventually, we'd like the expand it to include as many equations as possible and to pull data from services like WolframAlpha.