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Topic: [math-learn] Java applets for the maths classroom
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Rex

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Registered: 12/6/04
[math-learn] Java applets for the maths classroom
Posted: Feb 3, 2001 1:07 AM
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If you are interested in java applets to support maths education, visit the
URL below. Some of the links are probably dead, since the page is a few
years old, but I'm sure there are plenty of worthwhile links that still
work.

Java Applets for the Maths Classroom is on the web at:
http://smard.cqu.edu.au/Database/Teaching/JavaMath.html

Cheers

Rex
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Rex Boggs
Glenmore State High School Phone: 0749 230 338
P.O. Box 5822 Fax: 0749 230 350
Rockhampton Mail Centre
Rockhampton QLD 4702
Australia
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