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- weed's fractal gallery
A small gallery of fractal images and a few fractal links.
- What's the City Mileage of a Typical American Car? (MSTE) - Ed Malczewski; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
Analyze the data and find an average for the mileages of American cars. A
problem like this can sometimes involve difficult and time-consuming statistical analyses, but in this lesson you will explore a method of analysis called the bootstrap that will
- Whistler Alley Mathematics - Paul Kunkel
Kunkel's Geometer's Sketchpad lessons convey a conceptual understanding, usually without rigorous proof, with questions and suggestions for extensions: Buffon's Needle (an old probability exercise); Chinese Handcuffs (questions with applications for geometry,
- Wilson Stothers' Geometry Pages - Wilson Stothers, University of Glasgow
A guide to the various geometry topics on Stothers' pages, including Euclidean, affine, projective, inversive, and hyperbolic geometries, and the Klein View of geometry. These pages began as an experiment in teaching projective conics using Cabri to provide
- Wittgenstein Thought - Bill Finzer, Key Curriculum Press
Two sketches illustrating a problem posed by Wittgenstein: A stick passes through a sleeve (in which it can smoothly slide). The sleeve is nailed to the wall. As one endpoint of the stick describes a circle, what does the other endpoint describe? One
- The Wolfram Demonstrations Project - Wolfram Research, Inc.
A web collection of freely available demonstrations in math, science, and many other areas. Interact with the demonstrations directly in your browser. Each Demonstration contains a set of related links to sites such as MathWorld, The Wolfram Functions
- A World of Color - Graphx Edge
Royalty-free color fractal images and fractal collections available on CD-ROM. Also clip art, fonts, textures, and a Fractal Showcase.
- Yves Gallot's Proth.exe and Cunningham Chains - Warut Roonguthai
A collection of interesting Cunningham chains of large prime numbers (with a link to an explanation of Cunningham chains), and how to find some of them using Yves Gallot's Proth.exe, a Windows 95/NT program.
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