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This is a subpage of the Maths Online collection of interactive material at the lower division college mathematics level. This gallery features a collection of over 50 learning units labeled as applets, graphics or other programs and arranged into more than 20 broad mathematical topics.
puzzle, Lorentz, extrema, Guass Distribution, trigonometry, Fourier, transformation, oblique, slope, vector, quadratic, applet, law of signs
I spent about 20 mins browsing this, and i within the first five minutes i could already tell that this is going to be very usefull as it helps understand how to complete certain problems along with giving you different examples on how to approach the problem. My favorite part of this were the specific problems it gave me to try and figure out. Now i didnt go through every single one, but the ones i did go through were not only easy to understand but fun as well. I think that anyone who is looking to learn any of the subjects covered would find this very easy to learn off of, or use to help check if you have any questions. I know i will defiantly come back and use this as a resource when the issue comes up.