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This is an online statistics book with links to other statistics sources. The site provides a tutorial on a variety of... see more

NuMachine, as powerful as Turing machine, but more intuitive in its working is described. Adding three more derivation... see more

A tutorial that uses a variety of applets, popup explanation and hint windows, images, and quiz tools. Covers the... see more

A tutorial on cross ratios and harmonic conjugate elements.

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

An introduction to CAT scans.

An introduction to catastrophe theory, with demonstration applets.

This webpage has all lecture material, homeworks, homework solutions, and computer laboratories for a Calculus for... see more

""There seems to be a pervasive notion that "you can prove anything with statistics." This is only true if you use them... see more

This tutorial requires Shockwave, but works best to download the executable version of the program (the "Projector"... see more

A set of tutorials covering many topics in algebra and calculus.

Links to various applets concerned with neural nets.

A tutorial, with applets, on vectors and vector algebra.

QuasiTiler draws Penrose tilings and their generalizations. This document explains the interesting geometry involved in... see more

A Calculus Tutorial developed at Oregon State University. "Contains wonderful illustrations of calculus concepts using... see more

A large list of links covering both calculus and pre-calculus.

A large collection of links to tutorials and references covering a wide range of mathematics topics. Calculators, games,... see more

Webtrig is a trigonometry tutorial designed for the World Wide Web. The lessons are in PDF format and require the (free)... see more

A large online tutorial covering many topics in mathematics, including pre-calculus, calculus, linear algebra, and... see more

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

A mathematically rigorous explanation of a vector space.

This tutorial was developed in collaboration with David Lesley, Ph.D., for the SDSU Sciences Summer Bridge Program, which... see more

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

This is a Java-enhanced tutorial that allows students to design and experiment with their own floating-point number... see more