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Illustrates relationships between angles.

Interactive exporation of famous curves in the history of Math

Graphically adds any two vectors to get a third.

Illustrates the relationship between exterior common tangents of 3 cirlces.

Illustrates an isosceles triangle theorem.

Illustrates geometrical relationships between the sides of related triangles.

This java applet can be used to determine whether or not the means in two sample populations are significantly different.

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

This calculator computes the angles (and side) of a triangle given 2 sides and 1 included angle.

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.

Gives the lengths of altitude and median along with radii of incircle and circumcircle.

Collection of tutorials for the first year calculus student. Includes collections of online quizzes and drill problems.

This site contains a variety of interactive statistical applets that are useful for in-class demonstrations, homework... see more

A teaching tool to show how a 3D normal function depends on the correlation coefficient between the two variables. The... see more

Illustrates the relationship between angles of parallel lines intersected by a line.

Simple Geometry applet demonstrating angle relationships.

Illustrates the area of the triangle formed by the intersection of common tangents to 3 circles.

Illustrates the relationship between angles in a cyclic kite (with some questions about what it illustrates).

Uses Interval Arithmetic techniques to solve systems of non-linear constraints. It includes a 'safe plotting' feature for... see more

Illustrates the geometrical properties of a circle inscribed in a triangle.

Illustrates Napoleon's theorem: If you take any triangle ABC and draw equilateral triangles on each side, then join up... see more