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Illustrates relationships between angles.

Information on the life and accomplishments of Archimedes.

This applet is to simulate a popular Chinese card game ""24 Points"". The players are given 4 playing cards. Their job is... see more

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

Biographical sketches of mathematicians ordered by name of date. Also a list of female mathematicians.

BrightStat is a free online application for statistical analyses. Besides many non-parametric tests, BrightStat offers... see more

This site is a collection of activities in Euclidean geometry that encourage the students to explore and practice ruler... see more

A collection of very interactive tools and games for teaching precalculus

"Calculator Free is a simple, functional and absolutely free calculator." This is a free app

A collection of Class Notes, Practice Tests, and Worksheets for Calculus. Full solutions are provided. Recommended for... see more

This complete course in Calculus for beginners is one of MIT's OpenCourseWare offerings. It includes nearly a dozen Java... see more

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

This subsite of Mathematics Tutorials and Problems (with applets) is divided into Interactive Tutorials, Calculus... see more

An engaging basic calculus website. Two noteworthy resources are Flash tutorials and an archived Problem of the Week... see more

Shows the inherent mathematical properties in our calendar system.

This is a discrete event simulation program on a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. It operates through a Macro written in... see more

A focus for research and curriculum development in mathematics teaching and learning with the aim of unifying and... see more

Description: This website is really helpful because it contains passages that Charles Babbage wrote himself during his... see more

This site allows the user to explore patterns in Pascal's Triangle through row #15 based on selected divisors.

This applet facilitates investigation of confidence intervals. The display shows a large jar of balls, some blue and some... see more

Visually generates conics as locii of perpendicular bisectors.

This site providesĀ 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

This Excel application computes and dynamically presents the one-dimensional temperature profiles in an isotropic solid.... see more