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Graphs one or more functions of a single variable, with zoom in/out and other nice features.

Drawing program which transforms into symmetrical repeating patterns.

Illustrates relationships between angles.

This site is a collection of activities in Euclidean geometry that encourage the students to explore and practice ruler... see more

Here is Zona Land's graphics calculator, EZ Graph. With it you should be able to graph almost any polynomial, rational,... see more

Interactive exporation of famous curves in the history of Math

With this applet you can explore the impact on a graph of a standard function when you change the parameters. You can... see more

This site is designed to help pre-algebra, algebra, and trigonometry students better understand algebraic and... see more

Trigonometric Functions contains four applets that investigate the relationship between the unit circle, the graphs and... see more

The material presented in the following pages are for middle school students, high school students, college students, and... see more

A large collection of Java applets for demonstrating basic trigonometry.

Use principles of trigonometry to calculate the correct angle of decent for an aircraft during an emergency landing on an... see more

Illustrates an isosceles triangle theorem.

This resource has multiple applets and activities to be used by the students or teacher for discovery, practice, or... see more

This is a page of links to applets that can be used in courses below the level of calculus. Most of these applets have... see more

This is a subpage of the Maths Online collection of interactive material at the lower division college mathematics level.... see more

The graphs of sin, cos and tan are generated by the user by means of a scroll bar which controls the motion of a point on... see more

This JAVA applet demonstrates the Law of Sines in two forms.

Throw darts at a circle, get the ratio inside to outside circle, and estimate pi.

Illustrates geometrical relationships between the sides of related triangles.

Visually demonstrates the relation between constant velocity motion on a circle and sine wave generation

Illustrates a theorem using the Pythagoras diagram but yielding a surprising triangle.

This calculator computes the angles (and side) of the two possible triangles given 2 sides and 1 non-included angle.

This calculator computes the angles of a triangle given 3 sides.