In this work, we examine the efficiency of protocols for secure evaluation of basic mathematical functions ($\mathtt{sqrt}, \mathtt{sin}, \mathtt{arcsin}$, amongst others), essential to various application domains. e.g., Artificial Intelligence. Furthermore, we have incorporated our code in state-of-the-art Multiparty Computation (MPC) software, so we can focus on the algorithms to be used as opposed to the underlying MPC system. We make use of practical approaches that, although, some of them, theoretically can be regarded as less efficient, can, nonetheless, be implemented in such software libraries without further adaptation. We focus on basic scientific operations, and introduce a series of data-oblivious protocols based on fixed point representation techniques. Our protocols do not reveal intermediate values and do not need special adaptations from the underlying MPC protocols. We include extensive computational experimentation under various settings and MPC protocols.