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4434Comment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from AnnMaria DeMars
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Not sure this continues to be useful. Chrome blocks Java. To get it to run in Firefox, I needed to open the Java menu and add the site to approved sites, ignoring the many annoying security warnings, and then when it did open, the initial screen just showed ERRORComment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from Vanessa Wright
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This is an excellent online graphing utility. This software can be utilized from the basic math courses all the way up to the very intermediate math courses. However, there may need to be some directions included on how to effectively use the utility. Nevertheless, the help section gives very detailed explanations. Overall, the end user aspect is user friendly. Comment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from TRIET TA
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This has been one of the best graphing programs I've seen so far. The software covers a variety of mathematical fields, especially calculus and differential equations. This can be used both in class and at home for students who want to explore more about Math and Physics.Technical Remarks:It takes a little bit of time to get accustomed to this program. However, the interface is friendly, easy to use. Plus, all the questions are answered in detail in the help section.Comment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from Pan Par
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well organised and usefull, lacks in user friendliness but generally recommendedComment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from Jennifer Ly
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I spent about 10 minutes reviewing it. It seemed to have a lot of valuable math applications ready to go for you, for all types of math levels ranging from root finding to vector plotting; no idea what these things are, of course. I think it'd be useful for teachers in classrooms who can use it to enhance student learning who are visual learners. The tools are there, for ex. to manipulate a curve at the press of a button so the student sees the concept relating to the visual.Comment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from Fernando Sam
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It looks great and also very useful for people for people who can benefit from this tool.Comment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from anthony blehblah
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It was somewhat easy to use on problems.But it was more useful for many problems.I think any level of math would be very useful with this.It teachers use this, they will surely learn more effectivley. First time users shouldnt feel that uncomfortable wiht it, as for me it was quite easy.Technical Remarks:I really like this one.Comment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from Jacob Cook
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the ability that this site has to use 2d and 3d examples right in front of you helped to get a better understanding of the graph. being able to see it from all angles helps to figure all possibilities.Technical Remarks:very many tools to use in many different ways to solve many problems.Comment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from Rachel Micheletti
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I just briefly looked over this tool. It looks like it would be very helpful for graphing, however I am not at this level of math. I like the visual effects though I don't know how to make the most out of it.Comment for Mathematical Visualization Toolkit from Melissa Rodriguez
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I enjoyed interacting with the 3D function plot. I moved it and twisted it in so many ways. I even pushed some of the buttons that made it transform it's state of being. It got me curious on what else I could click on to find out how math can entertain me. Math isn't my strong suit. But being able to manipulate what was presented to me at first was fun and educational.Technical Remarks:Having to click on the object and hold down to move the object any which way I could was amazing and had me wanting more. But I wanted to give my comment in so others can definitely and substantially know that this is a site to visit and learn from.