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4434National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
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Large collection of platform independent, interactive, java applets and activities for K-12 mathematics and teacher education.Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
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This site provides an extremely large encyclopedia-style collection of material related to mathematics at the college level and beyond. Much of the material deals with advanced topics. A large number of animated GIFs and java applets are presented as visual aids and the site has won numerous web awards. The World of Mathematics is hosted by Wolfram Research, Inc., and is offered as a free service to the mathematics community.Numerical integration simulation
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This is a Java-enhanced tutorial that allows students to learn about the rectangular, midpoint, and trapezoidal methods of numerical integration.The Math Forum - Internet Mathematics Library
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A huge list of resources in various topics of mathematics and math education.Visual Differential Equation Solver
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Solves and graphically displays the solutions to ordinary differential equations. The user can select from an extensive list of standard "Left Hand" (homogeneous) and "Right Hand" (drive) "Sides" or graphically input a drive function. The user also graphically selects a fixed point of the solution. The solution is updated and displayed in real time as all changes are made.Solving System of Equations with Application to Matrix Inversion
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This JavaScript solves up to ten by ten systems of linear equations. It also allows the user to find the inverse of a matrix.Methods for Numerical Integration
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This applet allows a person to test several numerical integration approximation methods by having the user fill out theleft and right endpoint fields, type in the formula, select the method, and pressing the calculate button. For example trytyping in -1 for the left endpoint, 1 for the right endpoint, and y=x^2 for the formula then press calculate. For each method selected, the estimated integral for that method will appear in the text area at the bottom. Certainfunctions will also appear on the graph on the left. The java graph class is still experimental and does not use equalstretch principles. y = x2 from -1 to 1 will appear the same as y = x2 from -100 to 100.Bottomless Worksheet of Graphing Method
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Use this Bottomless Worksheet to get endless practice in solving systems of linear equations in two variables with the graphing method. Ten new problems for you to solve, printed copies, and answer sheets are just a click away. (Special care is taken to create problems with graphable solutions, using integers and/or quarters.)Crank-Nicolson Unsteady State Heat Conduction
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This Excel application computes and dynamically presents the one-dimensional temperature profiles in an isotropic solid. All computations are performed in Visual BASIC macros. The boundary conditions are convection at the surface and zero flux at the center. The user may select rectilinear, cylindrical, or spherical coordinates. All heat transfer parameters are entered by the user including time step size. The results are graphed at a frequencty set by the user. Tabular results are presented for intermediate time steps elected by the user.Elementary Number Theory
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״At first blush one might think that of all areas of mathematics certainly arithmetic should be the simplest, but it is a surprisingly deep subject. We assume that students have some familiarity with basic set theory, and calculus. But very little of this nature will be needed. To a great extent the book is self-contained. It requires only a certain amount of mathematical maturity. And, hopefully, the student’s level of mathematical maturity will increase as the course progresses. Before the course is over students will be introduced to the symbolic programming language Maple which is an excellent tool for exploring number theoretic questions.״