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This set of applets features illustrations of quantum mechanics through interactive animations in the following domains :... see more

Abstract: Instructors have frequently found that some content, such as mathematical formulae, chemistry laboratory... see more

The purpose of Visual Fractions is to picture fractions and the operations on them.

An old puzzle implemented in JavaScript. Several research question are asked about the puzzle, a couple of question are... see more

This course contains both content that reviews or extends concepts and skills learned in previous grades and new, more... see more

The book provides a thorough introduction to "modern'' or "abstract'' algebra at a level suitable for upper-level... see more

A foundational textbook on abstract algebra with emphasis on linear algebra.

This is a resource that can be used in conjunction with an Abstract Algebra class. It contains definitions and theorems... see more

These online notes are intended for students who are working through the textbook Abstract Algebra by Beachy and Blair.... see more

Emphasizes the distinction between simple and compound interest as examples of linear and exponential growth. Application... see more

This site provides a visual approach to exploring finite cyclic groups.

This site is devoted to learning mathematics through practice. Many dozens of practice problems are provided in... see more

Tutorial on many subjects in algebra. Links to relevant Java and Javascript applets included as well.

This is a free, online textbook. According to Textbook Revolution, "Really explains abstract vectors, tensors, exterior... see more

A collection of webMathematica scripts on a variety of topics in mathematics including calculus, number theory and... see more

This is a free online textbook that "is a preliminary version of Part I of an on-line text on universal algebra with a... see more

This site contains a Java applet that provides information about groups of order 1-15. The user selects an order of a... see more

The Michigan Education through Learning Objects (MELO) project is a cross-disciplinary collaborative effort that has... see more

An excellent group theoretic approach to the popular Rubik's cube game.

Uses average speed as an example of a weighted average problem. Multiple representations illustrate the constraint that... see more

Includes problems in which one person catches another by traveling at a constant speed or a constant acceleration.... see more

Presents two concepts that are fundamental to calculus (area under a curve and a tangent to a curve) within a scientific... see more

Demonstrates through object manipulation that proportional reasoning applies to perimeter but does not apply to areas and... see more

Demonstrates how a simple (no leak) solution can be adapted to solve more complex problems in which there is a bottom... see more