Xah: Great Math Programs Great math Programs. This is a list of fun math programs i have played over the years. They are mostly shareware or freeware. For Mac, Windows, or Linux. A heart means excellent. Newbold has written some beautiful polytope visualization java appletes. One is called HyperSpace Polytope Slicer http://xahlee.org/PageTwo_dir/MathPrograms_dir/mathPrograms.html
Extractions: back to Xah's home This is a list of fun math programs i have played over the years. They are mostly shareware or freeware. For Mac, Windows, or Linux. A heart means excellent. If you think your program should be listed here, please submit a copy for review. (email me first). This site began in 1996. There are on the average 1800 unique visitors to this page each month. 2004-05-10. a Hyperbolic Tesselations Applet by Don Hatch. Superb! http://www.plunk.org/~hatch/HyperbolicApplet/ 2004-05-10. "Tyler" is a Java applet that draws tilings. Superb! It is written by Melinda Green and Don Hatch. http://www.superliminal.com/geometry/tyler/gallery/ Curve and Surface plotters Polyhedrons Plane Geometry non-Euclidean geometry ... Tilings and Patterns own page Board Games own page Puzzles own page Screen Savers own page Software for math professionals or programers own page A plot of sin(x*y)+sin(y*z)+sin(z*x)==0 by GraphingCalculator Graphing Calculator screenshot ) by Ron Avitzur. Imagine your hand-held graphing calculator with the power of a desktop computer, then you get the idea of what this program is about. Version 1 of this software is well-known because it is distributed with every PowerMac around 1995. Latest version of 2003 added a lot features since. It does parametric and implict plots, in 2D and 3D, and also allow various coordinates such as polar and rectangular. It also allow animations of plots where one or more variables change. The most powerful feature of this program is its user interface design. Making a plot come out well involves setting parameters and range, and generating a good animation involves lots of experiements. Graphing Calculator makes it very easy and intuitive. For example, a variable in animation is simply a slider. Setting plot range is simply two scaling buttons. (user can type in precise values too)
Mathematical MetaSites Interactive Web and java Applications. math you can manipulate This site has many amazing online interactive appletes from javaSketchpad, Cinderella, and others. http://www.mccallie.org/myates/1metasites.htm
Extractions: Access to only the highest quality sites to eliminate unwanted hits. The National Curve Bank is a site with information on the major curves in mathematics, links, and the history to go along with each curve. Demos with a positive impact . A collection of visuals for much math taught from the precalculus level and up. DEMOS with POSITIVE IMPACT is a project to connect mathematics professors with effective teaching tools. As instructors we use a variety of techniques to try to get important ideas across to students. This project focuses on demonstrations that use some form of instructional technology. Saltire's Geometry Gallery is a collection of Java applets showing interesting geometry configurations. All applets are
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Extractions: NETg Course Code 12803 L earn To: C ontent Emphasis Informational A udience T otal Learning Time 7 - 8 Hour(s) Unit 1: Working with Loops Duration: 2 Hour(s) Complete the code to execute an interative operation by using the for statement. Complete the code to execute an interative operations by using the while statement. Complete the code to display the property balues of an object by using the for in statement. Write a function to create an array by using the for statement. Complete the code to terminate a loop by using the JavaScript keyword.
Bookmarks For Charles Hartley Day Numbering System. java Calendar Conversions Scholarly presentation of math of Babylonian observations comparisons falling tones. Coool!!!! appletes from Physics of Music and http://users.hartwick.edu/hartleyc/bookmark.htm
Java Manipula math java Lesson. If you would like to create java applets for math education, a good starting point is here. Manipula math http://www.ies.co.jp/math/java/
Extractions: The material presented in the following pages are for middle school students, high school students, college students, and all who are interested in mathematics. You will find interactive programs that you can manipulate and a lot of animation that helps you to grasp the meaning of mathematical ideas. Attention: Manipula Math Applets and CabriJava need a JDK 1.1 compliant browser like Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.5/5.0 on all platforms. Collection of 279 Math Applets 91 applets. 25 applets. 64 applets. 29 applets. 23 applets. 9 applets. 38 applets. Manipula Math Products Checks are acceptable for site/network license. Manipula Math Java Lesson If you would like to create java applets for math education, a good starting point is here. Manipula Math Java Lesson introduces basic techniques to create simple java applets. Cabri Java IES had a presentation ( Cabri International Project ) at ICME9 in Tokyo. The figure files used in the presentation can be download from the linked pages. Download Free Applets. 9 applets are included in the free sample file. ( zipped file ) Guest book Presentation files (used at Cabri World 2001) KOBAYASHI Ichiro (IES) had a presentation at Cabri World 2001. You can see the contents and some Cabri figures of the
Mathematics, Science & Technology Education At UIUC Flash Cards, Online random flash card generator for simple math operations. The java Plugin 1.4 is automatically downloaded by some applets. http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/java/default.php
Extractions: MSTE Site Search Applet Title Brief Description Author Date Acid-Base Titration Lab Explore acid-base titration in this chemistry lab experiment Won Arbitrary Precision Calculator Adjust the precision on this web calculator. Exner Balance Applet Find shape weights using a balance Safronov Best Fit Generate the best fit of a line. Exner Box Perimeter Play with the perimeter of boxes. Exner Buffon Needle Test the geometrical probability of dropping a needle. Reese CAD Viewer View Autocad files made by TCD students. Dildine Cereal Box Problem Explores the randomness of finding a prize. Exner Chi-Squared Test Analysis of Random Marbles Find the Chi-squared value of drawing a number of random marbles. Exner Cliff Hanger Ask Homer to take a random step while he braves the edge of a cliff. Exner Counting Activity Explore addition using a visual representation rather than just an abstract concept. McKelvey Cubic Volume Activity Fill a rectangular box with cubes.
Java Applets For Math And Science Learning java Applets for math and Science Learning. by Lisa Denise Murphy Doctoral Candidate in mathematics Education University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign. http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/users/Murphy/JavaOverview/default.html
Extractions: Applets on this site are available for use by teachers, students, and education researchers, provided they acknowledge the source. If you find any of this material particularly useful, if you have questions, comments, or suggestions, or if you are interested in using any of this material in a published paper or a commercial venture, please contact me at ldmurphy@uiuc.edu. The MovingMan Applet The MovingMan applet is the most versatile applet available on this site. It can be used in the study of functions, line graphs, slope, the derivative, and basic motion concepts. Using a mouse, the student drags a stick figure back and forth across the top of the screen between its home and its school. Below, graphs of the motion appear as the motion progresses. Using the menus, the student can opt to display one, two or three graphs. Each graph can be independently set to display the figure's distance, velocity, or acceleration with respect to time. The graphs are automatically scaled appropriately. Since the figure can be in only one place and have only one velocity and one acceleration at any one time, the graphs are all
JavaMath Geometry. Angles and Parallel Lines, http//www.ies.co.jp/math/java/angle.html. Six applets on this topic, and all very good. Find http://smard.cqu.edu.au/Database/Teaching/JavaMath.html
Extractions: Archive Sites - Lots of Applets! Manipula Maths Collection http://www.ies.co.jp/math/java/iesjava.html-ssi One hundred and fifty eight applets, all mathematical, from middle school to university. These applets are slick, and load very fast. You hardly need to go past this site to view the best applets to support mathematics education. There is a file containing nine applets that you can download.
Interactive Physics And Math With Java Interactive Physics and math with java. math, Write and Plot a Function (Interpreter), java Applet. Introductory Physics, Single Slit Diffraction, java Applet. http://www.phys.hawaii.edu/~teb/optics/
Extractions: Interactive Physics and Math with Java Math Write and Plot a Function (Interpreter) Java Applet Introductory Physics Single Slit Diffraction Java Applet Interaction of Radiation with an Atom Java Applet The Laser Java Applet Image Formation by a Converging Lens Java Applet Image Formation by a Diverging Lens Java Applet Image Formation by a Diverging Mirror Java Applet Induced Current Java Applet Total Internal Reflection Java Applet The Bouncing Ball Java Applet The Spring Pendulum Java Applet The Pendulum Java Applet A Two-Resistor Circuit Java Applet A Four-resistor Circuit Java Applet Kirchhoff's Rules (Circuit 1) Java Applet Kirchhoff's Rules (Circuit 2) Java Applet Kirchhoff's Rules (Circuit 3) Java Applet Kirchhoff's Rules (Circuit 4) Java Applet Kirchhoff's Rules (Circuit 5) Java Applet Charged Particles in a Magnetic Field Java Applet Light Dispersion through a Glass Prizm Java Applet Light Dispersion through a Glass Slab Java Applet Advanced Physics Oscillating 3D Crystal Java Applet Toda Lattice Solitons Java Applet Anharmonic Local Modes Java Applet Last modified: July 17, 1997
Mathlets Java mathlets java TM Applets for math Explorations. Written by Tom Leathrum. Copyright Notice Contact the Author Notes About mathlets http://cs.jsu.edu/mcis/faculty/leathrum/Mathlets/topframe.html
Linear Regression Back to the java applets page. http://www.math.csusb.edu/faculty/stanton/m262/regress/regress.html
Java Applets java Applets. As part of the Dynamical Systems and Technology Project, we have developed several java Applets for use in exploring http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS/applets/
Extractions: As part of the Dynamical Systems and Technology Project, we have developed several JAVA Applets for use in exploring the topics of chaos and fractals. These applets are designed to accompany the four booklets in the series A Toolkit of Dynamics Activities , published by Key Curriculum Press Applets associated with the book Fractals include: The chaos game . Yes, this is a game. Try to beat the computer by hitting specific targets via the moves of an iterated function system. This game allows students to understand the construction of the Sierpinski triangle via the chaos game. Fractalina. This applet allows you to set up the vertices, compression ratios, and rotations associated to an iterated function system and then compute and view the resulting fractal. If you have black and white monitors, be sure that you choose the appropriate colors for the points from the Color Selection button inside the applet so that you will be able to see the picture! Fractanimate. This applet allows you to string together a collection of fractal images generated by Fractalina into a movie. We encourage you to become quite familiar with Fractalina before trying to use this applet.
Dynamical Systems And Technology Project Available at this site java Applets for chaos and fractals. These applets are now up and running! The Mandelbrot Set Explorer. BU math home page. http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS/
Extractions: Boston University Zooming Sierpinski This project is a National Science Foundation sponsored project designed to help secondary school and college teachers of mathematics bring contemporary topics in mathematics (chaos, fractals, dynamics) into the classroom, and to show them how to use technology effectively in this process. At this point, there are a number of Java applets available at this site for use in teaching ideas concerning chaos and fractals. There are also several interactive papers designed to help teachers and students understand the mathematics behind such topics as iteration, fractals, iterated function systems (the chaos game), and the Mandelbrot and Julia sets. This is an interactive site designed to teach the mathematics behind the Mandelbrot and Julia sets. It consists of a series of tours in which you will discover some of the incredibly interesting and beautiful mathematics behind these images. The site is designed to be used by readers of
EW's Applet Page mathematics java Applets. Parametric Curve Applet Draws a cute parametric curve, currently a good approximation to Home Page EMail ewoolgar@math.ualberta.ca http://www.math.ualberta.ca/~ewoolgar/java/applets.html
Pentominoes Version g of this applet should work in that case. on java (like what an API is) visit the java Tech. Pages pointing to this one or to other math games in java. http://www.math.clemson.edu/~rsimms/java/pentominoes/
Extractions: Pentomino game applet. Comment: Make Width = 29 * scale, Height = 28 * scale. That's how big the applet sets its frame. A gray area should appear to the right here with buttons, a grid, and blue pentominoes. If you are only seeing a blank rectangular area to the right, then try clicking in that space. This has worked in some browser/Java combinations. Try to place the pieces in the box with no overlapping. There are many ways to do it. Check here for more detailed instructions, source code, and the development stages of this applet, i.e. how this applet was built, step by step. This applet, version j, runs under compilers supporting Java 1.1, unless there's a problem with the compiler. If you get an error on the Java console like "pentominoes class not found" then it's probably because you have an older JRE (Java Runtime Environment). Version g of this applet should work in that case. Check
The XSortLab Applet Your browser doesn t do java! Visual Sort Mode. The xSortLab applet can display three different panels a panel for Visual Sort, a panel for Timed Sort, and http://math.hws.edu/TMCM/java/xSortLab/
Extractions: S ORTING a list of items that is, arranging the items into increasing or decreasing order is a common operation. It is also the most common example in the "analysis of algorithms," which is the study of computational procedures and of the amount of time and memory that they require. The xSortLab applet knows five different sorting methods. It has a visual sorting mode, where you can watch as sixteen bars are sorted into increasing order. And it has a timed mode, where you can measure the time it takes to sort a large number of items. The applet is easy to use (but you probably won't quite get the point of it unless you already know something about sorting). More information about the applet can be found below This applet was originally written by David Eck for use with his introductory computer science textbook The Most Complex Machine . However, it can also be used on its own. For a list of other applets and for lab worksheets that use the applets, see the index page Sorry! Your browser doesn't do Java! The xSortLab applet can display three different panels: a panel for "Visual Sort," a panel for "Timed Sort," and a "Log" panel. There is a pop-up menu at the top of the applet that can be used to switch among the three panels. (
XFunctions XPresso Educational Mathematics Applet copy of the xFunctions Web site the applet code, two it will survive in a newer project, java Components for which you can read about at http//math.hws.edu http://math.hws.edu/xFunctions/
Extractions: The xFunctions applet is meant as an educational tool for exploring several topics in calculus and pre-calculus mathematics. It can also be used to have fun playing around with mathematical functions. The applet includes most of the features of my popular xFunctions program for Macintosh, which is still available for downloading from my home page , although it is getting a bit out of date. xFunctions is designed to be easy to use. It can, for example, be used in a course with very little class time required to explain how to use it. In addition to basic graphing, xFunctions lets you do animated graphs, parametric curves, derivatives, Riemann sums, integral curves, and 3D graphs. Instructions and more info can be found later on this page! There are two versions of the applet. In one version, xFunctions appears on the Web page. In the other version, the only thing that appears on the Web page is a button. Clicking on the button will open xFunctions in a separate window. This has the advantage that you can