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An animation portraying the mathematics of a bouncing ball

This is a series of online interactive activities designed for use in middle school mathematics.

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

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

Java applet to demonstrate scentific notation by examining how a view changes upon magnification. From the site: "View... see more

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

Multiplies two small numbers (bytes) in binary form by simulating the physical repetition of the multiplicand, driven by... see more

Shows the inherent mathematical properties in our calendar system.

Learning object repository for science teachers (biology, physics, mathematics). You will find flash animations and... see more

This interactive simulation allows students to modify components of a sine wave mathematical expression and see the how... see more

An interactive box plot applet that allows users to put in their own data that is part of a large collection of platform... see more

An interactive scatterplot applet that allows users to put in their own data that is part of a large collection of... see more

This collection of videos includes brief explanations of concepts of whole number, fractions, and decimals.

This site shows some of what Microsoft Excel can offer as a programming environment for the creation of interactive... see more

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

Requires estimating and adjusting parameters to improve goodness-of-fit of linear and exponential models of population... see more

Illustrates how the same equation applies across a variety of problems that differ in story content. Shows different... see more

The resource contains many Flash physics animations covering topics such as chaos, mechanics, vectors, waves, relativity;... see more

This site has an intriguingly facinating visuals and motion graphics that fully illustrate fractals and chaos theory in... see more

This is the Mycology lecture section of a much larger site with other detailed lectures. These other lectures provide... see more