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This site provides flash animation and directions for common uses of the TI-83+. The text files require Adobe Acrobat... see more

This site "provides an eclectic mix of sound, science, and Incan history in order to raise students' interest in... see more

This is a collection of Geometer's sketchpad applets with description. Even without Geometer's sketchpad the pages are... see more

This website allows the user to explore the definitions and graphs of the circular functions sine and cosine. The... see more

This applet shows dynamic renditions of proofs for the formulas sin(a+b)=sin(a)cos(b)+cos(a)sin(b) and... see more

A collection of mathlets for Precalculus, Single Variable Calculus, Multivariable Calculus and Vector Analysis,... see more

This set of animations depicts the domain and range in a number of piece-wise functions. The animated gifs play in a... see more

The activity offers an opportunity to explore the properties of parabolas through a geometric perspective within your... see more

This site provides a very nice animation of a generalized cycloid curve with several adjustable parameters.

This is a game with the same rules as "Frogger" but one must jump on the log that is equivalent (using the rules of... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user specifies the parameters of a parabola: the quadratic- and linear-term... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user specifies the directrix, the focus and the eccentricity for a conic section; an... see more

This site consists of a gallery of demos for illustrating selected families of polynomials and rational functions. These... see more


A short animated demonstration of pythagoras theorum with commentary.

Having trouble remembering Pythagoras Theorum? This short cartoon could help.

Trigonometry Review starring Frank Kerfophal and co-star Fiona Carrington-Peach attempt to unravel the mysteries of SOH... see more

The geometric definition of a parabola is the set of all points whose distance from a fixed point, the focus, is equal to... see more