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  1. Linear Equation Solver - Mark Chamness
    A Java applet that solves three equations with three unknowns. ...more>>

  2. Line Designs for the Computer - Jill Britton
    Line designs are created by connecting points on lines or curves with straight line segments. When carried out on cardboard with sewing needle and thread, the process is referred to as Curve Stitching or String Art. If the family of straight line segments ...more>>

  3. Line Graph Applet - James Brennan
    An interactive applet: move a straight line and see the coefficients m and b of its equation. ...more>>

  4. Lines, Circles and Beyond - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny
    Third in a series of columns that draw on Frank Morley's fundamental paper On the Metric Geometry of the Plane n-Line. Bogomolny's initial intention was to expose the simplicity of and the motivation behind Morley's original proof of his famous theorem. ...more>>

  5. LiveGraphics3D Homepage - Martin Kraus
    A non-commercial Java 1.1 applet for displaying and rotating three-dimensional graphics produced by Mathematica in HTML pages. The applet can show animations, calculate stereo graphics, integrate hyperlinks, and display bitmap backgrounds. ...more>>

  6. LiveMath - Theorist Interactive, LLC
    Web-Shareable computer algebra and graphing software (formerly MathView/Expressionist / Theorist / MathPlus). LiveMath notebooks may be shared via the Web. They are similar to spreadsheets in that a change in one value will ripple throughout the calculations. ...more>>

  7. Live School Math - Mr. Ragle
    Online math classes from Pre-Algebra to Calculus, and tutoring. Based on the Saxon textbooks. ...more>>

  8. LiveSudoku - LiveSudoku.com
    Play Sudoku free online at four different levels: beginners, medium, hard, and "wicked." The JavaScript game's options include pencil markings, highlighting, and solution checking. LiveSudoku.com also offers tutorials, tracks player performances on current ...more>>

  9. The Living Mathematics Project - Mathematics Department, Univ. of British Columbia
    A project that is working to apply recent advances in computer programming languages and the technology of the World Wide Web to construct a new medium for creative visualization and the communication of mathematics. Applets on this site include: Copycat ...more>>

  10. Liz's Research Interests - Liz Bradley, Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado
    Artificial intelligence projects include Chaography, a pair of tools that use mathematics to generate choreographic variations: Chaographer, which uses a chaotic mapping to generate variations on a musical piece; and MotionMind, which uses machine learning ...more>>

  11. Loan Amortization Calculator
    Enter a loan amount, annual interest rate, and term of a loan in years or months to calculate payment information and an accompanying amortization schedule. ...more>>

  12. Loci - Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
    Loci is a peer-reviewed journal publishing articles, modules, applets, and reviews continuously as they are ready to be posted. Loci takes advantage of the World Wide Web as a publication medium for materials containing dynamic, full-color graphics; ...more>>

  13. Logicville
    Anagram, chess, cryptarithm, cryptogram, doublet, logic, mathematical, magic word square, and tangram puzzles. Select a puzzle at random; solve the puzzle of the week. Interactive puzzles require Java. ...more>>

  14. The Long Island Consortium for Interconnected Learning (LICIL)
    The Long Island Consortium for Interconnected Learning in Quantitative Disciplines is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary project aimed at improving how faculty teach and how students learn in mathematically based subjects. It combines change in modes ...more>>

  15. Lorenz Attractor: Simulation/Plotter - John Brecht
    This program is a three-dimensional plotting package and a numerical integrator. As an example, it is set to integrate the Lorenz Attractor problem. The applet features user-defined rotations of the coordinate system, depth-based shading of the colors, ...more>>

  16. LP Explorer - Hall, Baird; Univ. of Edinburgh, Scotland
    A Java applet that enables the (standard) simplex method to be applied to a linear programming (LP) problem and allows the sensitivity of the solution to changes in the problem data to be examined. LP Explorer is of particular value for problems with ...more>>

  17. Lure of the Labyrinth - Learning Games to Go (LG2G)
    In this free online adventure game, middle-school pre-algebra students rescue their pets, combat mysterious monsters, and embark on whimsical math missions to gain a better understanding of proportions, fractions, and ratios, variables and equations, ...more>>

  18. Mad4Maths - John Massey, Mad4Maths.com
    A free fun animated website featuring games and puzzles for kids aged 6-10 yrs. Also features guides for parents on how maths in now taught in schools and explanations of current multiplication, division, and addition/subtraction methods. ...more>>

  19. Mad Math Minutes - Harry Bogucki
    A Java-based arithmetic practice page that allows you to specify the type of problem, numbers involved, and number of problems assigned, and check your answers. ...more>>

  20. Mad Maths - Philippe Chevanne
    Word problems, with short solutions and "details" that reveal steps in solving number theory, logic, geometry, and more. Scripts include original JavaScript about continued fractions, Apollonius circles, Pythagorean triples, decompositions of sums of ...more>>

  21. Magako - Samuel Le
    Practice simplifying fractions, adding and subtracting them, expanding and simplifying expressions, and solving linear equations. ...more>>

  22. Magical Methods - Magical Methods Enterprises
    A source for Vedic mathematics, as developed by Pradeep Kumar. Find examples of arithmetic shortcuts for calculating squares, cube roots, multiplication, and division. Play games such as a calculation speed builder; purchase products to prepare for the ...more>>

  23. Magic Cube 4D - Melinda Green, Don Hatch, and E. Jay Berkenbilt
    MagicCube4D is a four-dimensional Rubik's cube -- an exact analogy in four dimensions to the original plastic three dimensional puzzle. Download the Java applet or pacakges for UNIX, Linux, or C++ source code. ...more>>

  24. Magic Geometry Canvas - Shigehisa Sekie
    Interactive geometry shareware based on tangrams, for Win 95/98/ME/200/XP. Three-minute sample activities are included on the site. ...more>>

  25. The Magic Sierpinski Triangle: (Serendip: Complex Systems) - Bryn Mawr College
    Order dependent on randomness: the Chaos Game. Construct Sierpinski's Triangle using Java interactively on the Web and focusing on one particularly interesting question: what is the right way of choosing the vertices? In the construction, the elegant ...more>>

  26. Magic Square Puzzle - Dubi Kaufmann
    In this Shockwave activity, the goal is to arrange jigsaw puzzle pieces numbered 0 through 15 on a four by four grid so that the sum of each row and column is equal to 30. Explorer preferred. ...more>>

  27. Magic Square - Robert Aragon
    Create a magic square with an n x n dimension, where n is an odd number. This program can be used to check the sums of any rows, columns, or main diagonals of a magic square. The program was written in the C language and allows the user to determine the ...more>>

  28. Magic Squares: Math, History, Geography - Suzanne Alejandre
    Designed primarily for middle school and older elementary school students, this Math Forum Web unit includes classroom activities for four different squares: Lo Shu, Sator, Dürer, and Franklin, three of them demonstrating increasing complexity using ...more>>

  29. Magic Truth Table Maker - Eric Silverberg
    A page that lets you enter logical data to generate a truth table. Simple, straightforward and text-based, with examples of valid strings provided.. ...more>>

  30. Magische Quadrate - Holger Danielsson
    History, definitions, magic sums, transformations, properties, and more. Danielsson provides Flash that uses Hendricks' method to construct your own magic squares: odd, even, double-even, single-even, composite, concentric, most-perfect, bimagic, pandiagonals, ...more>>

  31. Maisonet Math - Shane Maisonet
    This website provides math worksheets in pdf form for public download. Online quizzes also provide instant feedback to indicate level of mastery. Online videos of various math concepts are also available. ...more>>

  32. Make a Conjecture: Cardiac Output, Rates of Change and Accumulation (i-Math Investigations) - Illuminations; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
    An online, interactive, multimedia math investigation. This activity explores the measurement of the amount of blood being pumped by a heart. The goal of this i-Math investigation is a rich exploration of concentrations (mixture problems), rates of change ...more>>

  33. Make-a-Flake - Barkley Interactive
    Make your own snowflakes online: use the Flash-powered scissors to cut along the edges of a folded piece of virtual paper. Preview the unfolded results along the way; when ready, save your design to the gallery, where you may view and download plans for ...more>>

  34. Make Your Own Chinese Calendar - Zhuo Meng
    "The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar based on the motions of the sun and the moon as observed on the earth. It is necessary to add a leap month once in a while and the rules for adding a leap month is not simple. The result is that few people ...more>>

  35. Making Mathematics - O'Reilly Media, Inc.
    Learn mathematics by making math with Hilbert, an online version of Mathematica. The Making Mathematics syllabus and course platform presents students with computational examples to explore -- and challenges them to create their own. ...more>>

  36. Making Order Out of Chaos - Andrew Davenport, Shane Kraynak, and Brian Timko - ThinkQuest 97
    An introduction to chaos and fractals: history, theory, and a gallery of fractal images. Includes a review of complex numbers and a Java applet to investigate sensitive dependence on initial conditions. ...more>>

  37. Making Tracks towards Area - Chris, Jessie, Avie, Paul, and Luke, South Decatur Junior-Senior High School; ThinkQuest 2003
    The winners of the ThinkQuest USA 2003 contest for the state of Indiana present information about finding the area of circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, and other polygons. After exploring those pages, students can test their knowledge by selecting ...more>>

  38. Mamikon - Mamikon Mnatsakanian
    Thought-provoking Shockwave Flash animations of geometric constructions, graphs, games, and much more. Mnatsakanian's site http://www.mamikon.com/ links to dozens of the articles he has co-authored with Tom Apostol in journals such as American Mathematical ...more>>

  39. Mandelbrot Set and Applet - Peter Alfeld, University of Utah
    The Mandelbrot set is the the set of all complex numbers z for which sequence defined by the iteration z(0) = z, z(n+1) = z(n)*z(n) + z, n=0,1,2, ... Its boundary exhibits complicated structure at all length scales from about 1 down to zero: it is a fractal. ...more>>

  40. Mandelbrot Set and Julia Sets - Matthew Caryl
    Both the Mandelbrot Set and Julia Sets are pictorial representations of a simple recurrence formula -- z(n) = z(n - 1) ^ 2 - c -- where values of z and c are complex numbers of the form a + ib and i is the square root of -1. Here both sets can be seen. ...more>>

  41. The Mandelbrot Set - Simon Arthur
    A Java applet that lets you explore the Mandelbrot set, a type of infinitely complex mathematical object known as a fractal. No matter how much you zoom in, there is still more to see. Set the area you want to zoom in on by holding down the mouse button ...more>>

  42. Mandel - Ken Shirriff
    An applet that displays the Mandelbrot fractal set. Clicking on the image will zoom in. The "Options" bar allows you to change the maximum number of iterations, reset the image, or get help information. The applet illustrates how an image can be periodically ...more>>

  43. Mandelstep - Karl J. Runge
    The idea behind "mandelstep" is that by letting you select starting positions and looking at a handful of iteration "trajectories" or "orbits," you can begin to understand more about the different regions of the Mandelbrot set - not just whether a point ...more>>

  44. Mangahigh.com Math Games - Blue Duck Education Ltd
    A games-based math learning environment built around the UK's national curriculum. Mangahigh.com's online quiz game, Prodigi, adaptively coaches students aged 10-16 with worked examples, full hints, and solutions. Other interactive games include "Save ...more>>

  45. Many Eyes - IBM
    "Many Eyes is a bet on the power of human visual intelligence to find patterns. Our goal is to 'democratize' visualization and to enable a new social kind of data analysis...." View and discuss visualizations, view and discuss data sets, and create visualizations ...more>>

  46. Many 'Glitchy' Regressions - Steve Verrill; FPL Statistics Group
    This statistics applet (also available as an application) permits a user to perform interactive regressions on a large number of 'glitchy' data sets. The user views a plot of the data, excludes 'glitchy' areas with mouse actions, fits the data with a ...more>>

  47. The Many Ways to Construct a Triangle - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    In general, a triangle is defined by its three elements. SAS, ASA, and SSS provide three well-known examples but there are many more. Bogomolny provides a table of constructions (linked to constructions) and invites reader contributions. ...more>>

  48. A Map to Calculus - Donald Cohen
    This clickable flow-chart uses student works and sample problems to reveal the connections between graphs, functions, iteration, cookie-sharing, solving equations, compound interest, snowflake curves, and geometry as it builds up to infinite sequences, ...more>>

  49. Mark McClure
    Mark McClure is an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Asheville researching real analysis, specifically fractal measure and dimension. Papers on these topics may be downloaded in gzipped PostScript format; a paper involving Julia ...more>>

  50. Mark Newbold's Page - Mark Newbold
    Home page of a physics and math enthusiast. Contains: Java stuff (HyperSlice - Hyperspace Polytope Slicer, animated Necker cube, counter-rotating spirals, stereoscopic animated hyperspace objects); stereoscopic 3D stuff (3-D HyperCube Java applet, anaglyphs); ...more>>

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