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A large collection of Java applets to demonstrate basic calculus.
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Math Education & Technology / International Education Software (IES)
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Aug 08, 2000
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Tutorial on the ANOVA test in statistics and probability, with a description, formulas, example, and a calculator applet. ...
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Tutorial on the ANOVA test in statistics and probability, with a description, formulas, example, and a calculator applet. This is part of the larger site Virtual Statistician at http://web.umr.edu/~psyworld/virtualstat.htm#.
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Richard Hall
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Jun 21, 2001
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Applet computes the area of a figure made of rectangles which approximates the region under the given curve. Thiscurve is the...
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Applet computes the area of a figure made of rectangles which approximates the region under the given curve. Thiscurve is the graph of a polynomial of degree three or less.
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Jim Carlson
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Aug 06, 2000
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Jun 17, 2011
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Change the values in the left matrix and click the INVERT button. The values in the right matrix are rounded to the 4th digit...
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Change the values in the left matrix and click the INVERT button. The values in the right matrix are rounded to the 4th digit (x.xxxx) to fit the text fields. If you want to use a n x n matrix with n6 you need to set the remaining diagonal elements=1.
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Steffen Weber
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Jul 29, 2000
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May 06, 2011
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This applet is used to calculate the solution set to a linear system of equations. Type in the number of equations (this...
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This applet is used to calculate the solution set to a linear system of equations. Type in the number of equations (this should be thesame as the number of unknowns) and then press "Enter Equations.״A window should pop up with blank text fields where you may enter the coefficients for each variable in the system of equations.The column on the right is for adding the solution values for each of the equations. This table should contain the same values as thecoefficient matrix. After you have filled out each of the text fields, press "done.״Finally, a new window will pop up providing that all of the fields had values entered. This window will contain the values of eachof the unkonwns that the computer solved for.
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Nicholas Exner
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Aug 06, 2000
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QuasiTiler draws Penrose tilings and their generalizations. This document explains the interesting geometryinvolved in the...
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QuasiTiler draws Penrose tilings and their generalizations. This document explains the interesting geometryinvolved in the processes. The concepts involved are surprisingly simple. The only apparent hurdle that wehave to overcome is working in spaces with more than 3 dimensions. However in the next section we startwith examples in 2 and 3 dimensions where our intuition is useful. Then we extend the same concepts tomore dimensions. I hope that you get some insight on the geometry of higher-dimensional spaces by readingthis document and by experimenting with QuasiTiler. Includes interactive applet.
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Eugenio Durand
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Aug 29, 2000
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