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Quoted from the site: This applet explores fitting a polynomial p(x) of degree n to a given set of data points. It... see more

This tool allows the user to input a second order ordinary differential equation with constant coefficients along with an... see more

Learn math concepts of game theory and search algorithms while playing a game trying to line up five balls.

Simulation of the Lorenz Equations used to visualize molecular data as wireframe, space-filled, and ball and stick... see more

Navigates around the Mandelbrot Set

This applet shows a slow-motion animation of the generation of the Mandelbrot Set by a computer.

A large collection of Java applets to demonstrate basic calculus.

This resource has multiple applets and activities to be used by the students or teacher for discovery, practice, or... see more

Many Eyes is a beta site created by IBM that encourages users to explore its featured set of tools that can be used to... see more

This is a page of links to applets that can be used in courses below the level of calculus.  Most of these applets have... see more

This is a page of links to applets that can be used in calculus.  These applets provide visualizations in both single and... see more

A collection of interactive Java applets designed to illustrate certain types of ordinary differential equations and... see more

A free interactive math textbook on the web, initially covering high-school geometry. Many of the topics are accompanied... see more

This is a subpage of the Maths Online collection of interactive material at the lower division college mathematics level.... see more

The graphs of sin, cos and tan are generated by the user by means of a scroll bar which controls the motion of a point on... see more

This JAVA applet demonstrates the Law of Sines in two forms.

Given an (mxn) matrix, this tool generates the dimensions and a basis for each of the four subspaces:  column space, null... see more

This applet lets you build simple mathematical proofs from axioms in logic and set theory.

This applet allows a person to test several root approximating methods by simply filling in the starting endpoint A, the... see more

A computer simulation on the web to visualize the genesis of normal and log-normal distributions

Throw darts at a circle, get the ratio inside to outside circle, and estimate pi.

Use Monte Carlo Simulation to estimate the area of an ellipse.

Here is a java applet that can be used to solve min-cost network-flow problems.