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-1-1Symbolab Math Solver
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<p>This site allows the user to enter in a wide variety of math problems. The computer solves the problem and shows the relevant steps. It have a user friendly math equation editor and an abundance of examples.</p>Mon, 29 Feb 2016 03:30:29 GMTNumerical integration simulation
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<p>This is a Java-enhanced tutorial that allows students to learn about the rectangular, midpoint, and trapezoidal methods of numerical integration.</p>Mon, 16 Mar 1998 08:00:00 GMTJoseph Zachary University of UtahVisual Calculus: Applications of Integration
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A collection of tutorials (Flash and Java) on various applications of integration including area between two curves, volumes, arc length, work and centers of mass.Wed, 19 Jul 2006 07:00:00 GMTLawrence Husch University of TennesseeVisual Calculus: Applications of Integration-Work
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A collection of tutorials (Flash and Java) on the concept of Work including Hooke's Law, pumping liquids and lifting a weight.Wed, 19 Jul 2006 07:00:00 GMTLawrence Husch University of TennesseeRiemann Sums
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<p>This applet visually represents Riemann sums, including left rectangle, right rectangle, midpoint, Simpson's, and trapezoidal. The relation of these sums to the antiderivative is explored.</p>Sun, 02 Dec 2001 08:00:00 GMTMike MayCalculus Tutorials and Problems
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<p>This subsite of Mathematics Tutorials and Problems (with applets) is divided into Interactive Tutorials, Calculus Problems, and Calculus Questions, Answers and Solutions. Here the user will find applets with guided exercises and many examples and worked out problems applicable to the first year of Calculus.</p>Sat, 28 Jun 2008 20:41:02 GMTkader dendaneEngaging Calculus Exercises
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Although commercials turn me off, too, I thought this short collection of some notable exercises from my text would be worth posting. This is a printable pdf with exercises from precalculus and first year calculus. Most exercises show that the tools available in these classes already give access to a surprising level of sophistication. Some other exercises are specifically designed to make a point about an important skill or a frequently observed mistake.Thu, 15 Sep 2005 07:00:00 GMTBernd Schroeder Louisiana Tech UniversityGallery of Volume Visualizations
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An extensive gallery of colorful visualizations for disk, washer, shell and cross-section methods of finding volumes of solids of revolution. Useful for viewing the incremental approach in constructing three-dimensional solids.Thu, 20 Jul 2006 07:00:00 GMTDavid R. Hill and Lila F. Roberts Temple University and Georgia State College and UniversityIntegration Is a Sum
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This Demonstration show how a sum is made with integralsTue, 25 Mar 2008 21:11:30 GMTDaniel Carvalho Mackenzie UniversityIntroduction to Calculus Applets
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<p>This site consists of several dozen applets, each pertaining to a different aspect of single variable Calculus. Topics covered range from continuity and limits to differential equations and infinite series. Each applet is on a separate page that also includes detailed explanations of the concept under review along with suggestions for student experimentation with the applet. Each applet can be opened in a resizable window for better viewing as a classroom demonstration.</p>Sun, 12 Oct 2008 00:09:46 GMTThomas DowneyShading Area Under The Curve
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This site contains a live interactive graph using LIVEMATH. Students can change the graph and click to view the area under the curve.Tue, 16 Oct 2001 07:00:00 GMTJoan Bookbinder LiveMathVolumes
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Tutorials and animations (Flash and Java) on finding volumes of solids of revolution; helpful for students who are visual learnersThu, 20 Jul 2006 07:00:00 GMTLawrence Husch University of TennesseeCalculus of the Dinner Table: Mathematical Modeling
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<p>Calculus students are presented with a write-pair-share activity that initially involves the construction of a model based on direct variation and later involves the use of calculus as a means by which to analyze the model. Suitable for either Calculus I or Calculus II students.</p><p> Note: This project has a sequel entitled Fundamental Theorem of Calculus: An Investigation (listed under Interactive Lectures) in which the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is investigated via the constructed model.</p>Tue, 29 Sep 2009 17:54:50 GMTJames Rutledge St. Petersburg CollegeConnected Curriculum Project - Materials for Precalculus
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The CCP includes modules that combine the flexibility and connectivity of the Web with the power of computer algebra systems such as Maple, Mathematica, MatLab and MathCad. The single-topic units can be used for a two-hour lab, or for a shorter supervised period with follow-up on the student's own time, or for self-study. Modules are organized into areas of precalculus, differential calculus, integral calculus, multivariable calculus, linear algebra, differential equations and engineering mathematics. Applications include those in biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, economics and environmental science.Sun, 25 Sep 2005 07:00:00 GMTDavid Smith & Lawrence Moore, CCP Co-Directors Duke UniversityFundamental Theorem of Calculus: An Investigation
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<p>Calculus students are presented with a write-pair-share activity that leads them to a practical understanding of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. The activity involves analyzing a function that describes eating speed in a hypothetical dinner table experience. Suitable for either Calculus I or Calculus II students.</p><p>Note: This project has a prequel entitled Calculus of the Dinner Table: Mathematical Modeling (listed under Interactive Lectures) in which students construct the mathematical model for the king's eating speed. This prequel provides an excellent and engaging prelude to this activity.</p>Tue, 29 Sep 2009 17:56:49 GMTJames Rutledge St. Petersburg CollegeMathlets: Computing Volumes using Integrals
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This is a collection of animations that interactively demonstrate the appearance of surfaces and solids of revolution and the cross-sections that are used to find volumes.Thu, 12 Jun 2008 16:53:48 GMTJonathan Rogness University of MinnesotaAutomatic Calculus and Algebra Help
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<p>This site provides support for fundamental computations in calculus: derivatives, integrals plus some algebra and linear algebra. The most basic function computes derivatives and integrals. For derivatives, step-by-step solutions are presented and for integrals, a password can be purchased to access step-by-step solutions.</p>Wed, 13 Jul 2005 07:00:00 GMTCALCULUS.ORG
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<p>Calculus.org compiled by U.C. Davis/Williams College, Department of Mathematics, provides site links/resources for the calculus student. Resources include calculus: online texts, applications, tutorials, exams, videos, software/aplets, calculators that compute derivatives, etc. </p>Wed, 11 Sep 2013 02:57:31 GMTDept. of Mathematics, U.C. Davis; Morgan Foundation; & Dept. of Mathematics, Williams College Calculus.orgFind integration log x or lnx - Integration by Parts - Examples
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<p>In this tutorial, we learn how to find integral of ln x. We use integration by parts.</p>Fri, 22 Sep 2017 16:01:53 GMTDavneet Singh https://www.teachoo.com/Geogebra Calculus Applets
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<p>This website is a project by Marc Renault, supported by Shippensburg University. The goal is to make a complete library of Geogebra applets for Calculus I that are suitable for in-class demonstrations and/or student exploration.</p>Tue, 01 Mar 2011 21:44:32 GMTMarc Renault Shippensburg UniversityGraphing an Anti-Derivative of a Function
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<p>This is an activity that provides the student with the graph of the derivative of a function and asks the student to use the mouse to sketch the graph of the original function that passes through the origin.</p>Fri, 16 Dec 2005 08:00:00 GMTLarry Green Lake Tahoe Community CollegeHow Much Work is Required: An Interesting Ratio
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<p>This classroom activity presents Calculus II students with some Flash tutorials involving work and pumping liquids along with some simple questions concerning the amount of work involved in pumping water out of two full containers having the same shape and size but different spatial orientations.</p><p>Students are given opportunities to address this question by means of a ConcepTest and a write-pair-share activity. The results are quite revealing and show that while students may have learned how to perform the necessary calculations, their conceptual understanding concerning work may remain faulty.</p>Tue, 29 Sep 2009 19:56:42 GMTJames Rutledge St. Petersburg CollegeHow Much Work is Required: Corresponding Heights
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<p>This classroom activity presents Calculus II students with some Flash tutorials involving work and pumping liquids along with some questions concerning the amount of work involved in pumping water out of two full containers having the same shape and size but different spatial orientations. Students are given opportunities to address this question by means of a write-pair-share activity in which they construct an integral equation and solve for an upper limit of integration.</p>Tue, 29 Sep 2009 19:58:42 GMTJames Rutledge St. Petersburg CollegeIntegral Table
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<p>Check the formula sheet of integration.</p>
<p>We have divided the formulas into </p>
<ol>
<li>Basic Integration Formulas</li>
<li>Integral of special functions</li>
<li>Integral by Partial Fractions</li>
<li>Integration by Parts</li>
<li>Other Special Integrals</li>
<li>Area as a sum</li>
<li>Properties of definite integration </li>
</ol>Fri, 22 Sep 2017 16:12:39 GMTDavneet Singh https://www.teachoo.com/