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- Sharp3D.Math Project Page - Eran M. Kampf
A .NET Numerics Library built in C#. It contains object-oriented classes for linear algebra, geometry and a broad range of numerical techniques for the Microsoft .NET framework. Topics covered: Matrices and Vectors, Complex Numbers, Distance Methods,
- Sketchpad 3.0 Gallery - Finzer, Jackiw; Key Curriculum Press & The Math Forum
A collection of sketches and scripts that show off new features of version 3 of the Geometer's Sketchpad in categories: Arcs and Architecture; Algebra and Beyond; Physics; Statistics; Curves; and Poincare Disk.
- S.O.S. Mathematics - Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Univ. of Texas at El Paso
Internet courses/tutorials to help students do homework, prepare for a test, or get ready for a class. The material presented here reviews the most important results, techniques and formulas in college and pre-college mathematics. The learning units are
- Transmath - A CBL Mathematics Tutor - Joanna Brown
Transmath is a computer-based (Windows platform) mathematics tutor designed to strengthen and consolidate the basic mathematical knowledge of students commencing numerate degrees. Module exercises, featuring animations, come with constructive interactive
- Understanding Mathematics: From Counting to Calculus - Keith Kressin, K Squared Publishing, Inc.
A comprehensive book for anyone who desires clear and concise math explanations, written for a non-technical audience to cover the math fundamentals normally taught from first grade through college (for more information, see the Table of Contents).
- WebCalc - Blaine Hilton
A collection of free, Web-based calculators that solve complete equations. Many of the calculators allow the user to solve for any of the variables. Subjects include algebra, geometry, trigonometry, fractions, complex numbers, and miscellaneous math;
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