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This applet is one of many in the Virtual Dynamics Laboratory. Current URL is: http://polymer.bu.edu/wamnet/`The Virtual...
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Karen Brucks
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Nov 03, 2000

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This applet can be used to demonstrate some of the properties of vector cross product. Given two vectors a, b in the same...
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Oct 27, 2000

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This geometry applet illustrates Euclid's Elements and Euler line of a triangle. Applet runs smoothly and appears to contain...
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This applet demonstrates coordinate transformations. Coordinate transformations illustrated are: Rotation, Lorentz,...
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Applet allows the user to create curves (straight line, folia, quadratic, closed circle, figure eight) using one of the...
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This applet is a Gallery of Interactive Geometry which includes: Hyperbolic Triangles, Hyperbolic Triangles, One-Dimensional...
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Applet plots 3-d surfaces. Plots are nicely done and one can roam the plot. Technical Remarks: Function to be plotted must...
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Algorithms tutoring Web Page contains a collection of java applets. Each applet allows the user to examine a given algorithm.

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Web site that examines the mathematics of rainbows. Would serve as an excellent project for calculus students. Technical...
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