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

By means of two spin buttons, the user changes the degrees of freedom and a particular value of a chi-squared distributed... see more

By means of two spin buttons, the user changes the parameter in the density function and a particular value of an... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the parameters "alpha" and "beta" and two values of a beta-distributed... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the degrees of freedom and the value of an F-distributed random... see more

By means of two spin buttons, the user changes the parameter in the density function and a particular value of an... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the parameters of the distribution and the value of a... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the values of p, the probability of "success" and two values of the... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the degrees of freedom and two values of a student's-t distributed... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the parameters "alpha" and "beta" and two values of a gamma-distributed... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the interval over which a uniformly distributed random variable is... see more

By means of three spin buttons, the user changes the values of lambda and two values of the discrete random variable X.... see more

Lines, segments, and rays are among the most fundamental objects in geometry, as well as Euler and Simpson lines. These... 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

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the values of the mean and variance and two values of a normally... see more

By means of four spin buttons, the user changes the values of n, the number of trials (from 1 to 25); p, the probability... see more

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

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

Commercial software but with lots of online demos. Two areas - Math Packs 1 and Maths Pack 2.

This is an illustrated and often animated dictionary of mathematical terms. Many concepts are shown via interactive... see more

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

A compilation of hard-to-envision topics designed for classroom demonstration. Topics range from simple to complex.... 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

An animation portraying the mathematics of a bouncing ball