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Wolfram Demonstrations Project--Calculus


Wolfram Demonstrations Project--Calculus

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The Wolfram Demonstrations Project--Calculus is an open-code resource that uses dynamic computation to illuminate concepts in calculus. Its daily-growing collection of interactive illustrations is created by Mathematica users from around the world, who participate by contributing innovative Demonstrations. The free Mathematica Player is required to view the demonstrations; there are 166 at present.
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Material Type: Animation
Technical Format: Mathematica 6
Date Added to MERLOT: September 24, 2007
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 04, 2011
Submitter: James Rutledge
Keywords: Mathematica, calculus, CDF player, Wolfram Demonstrations Project


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Primary Audience: High School, College Lower Division
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: The free Mathematica Player or Mathematica 6
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
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Avatar for GERRI GRAY
7 years ago

GERRI GRAY (Student)

I learned about the Wolfram Demonstrations Project while researching for a math class midterm. I've spent hours looking through the demos, learning about math topics and becoming familiar with terminology. The material effectively presents complex concepts at a beginning level. If you download the free Mathematica Player, the models provide interactive illustrations. The site is easy to navigate and the examples are not only educational, but they are also fun to watch. It is an open source site which means that all users can contribute their own examples of innovative code. This type of collaborative environment lends itself to enhancing both teaching and learning experiences.