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Illustrates an isosceles triangle theorem.

A collection of java applets:

Examples of the use of Java Sketchpad, a tool for publishing dynamic geometry illustrations and interactive mathematical... see more

Quoted from the site: This web service calculates 3D models using JavaView on the client side and Richard Morris' LSMP... see more

This is a graphical ODE solver employing the fourth-order Runge-Kutta method with constant step size.

This is a graphical applet that finds the roots of a real-valued function.

From the directions: "Click new motif to start drawing a new point set. Then select one of the colors, which correspond... see more

This applet calculates Fourier transforms (FT) of a given pointset. The pointset is generated by the plane space groups... see more

A utility for calculating, and imaging, the Fourier transform of periodic, and quasi-periodic, surfaces.

This interactive toolkit is designed to introduce concepts usually covered in a first course in linear algebra. The... see more

Students record the rates of photosynthesis for leaves under different light intensities. Students then use Excel to fit... see more

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