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4434Function Grapher
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Graphs one or more functions of a single variable, with zoom in/out and other nice features.Famous Curves (Math)
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Interactive exporation of famous curves in the history of MathManipula Math - Trigonometry
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A large collection of Java applets for demonstrating basic trigonometry.Maths Online - Graphs of Sine, Cosine and Tangent
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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 the unit circle. Emphasis is laid on the relation between the geometrically intuitive form of the graphs and the corresponding numerical valuesMaths Online - Law of Sines
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This JAVA applet demonstrates the Law of Sines in two forms.Monte Carlo Estimate of Pi (Mathematics)
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Throw darts at a circle, get the ratio inside to outside circle, and estimate pi.Sine Wave Geometry
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Visually demonstrates the relation between constant velocity motion on a circle and sine wave generationEscher Web Sketch
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Drawing program which transforms into symmetrical repeating patterns.Angles Subtended by a Chord
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Illustrates relationships between angles.Medians and Area Bisectors of a Triangle
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This site contains a java applet that finds medians and area bisectors of a triangle. There is also a related discussion of deltoids. Links on this page to other math topics include: an animated proof of the Theorem of Pythagoras and a page of formulas for the area of a triangle.