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Ken Monks; University of Scranton  
Links to some programs written by the author, as well as by others, that have been useful in his mathematics courses. Ken Monks's software includes Lurch, a word processor that can check your mathematical reasoning; RevSolid, a Maple program for making animated plots of solids of revolution; STEENROD, a Maple program for doing calculations with the Steenrod algebra; Chaos, a Maple worksheet of common routines used in the author's undergraduate course on Chaos and Fractals; Chaos85, a program for the TI85 calculator which computes orbits and does graphical analysis; Bifurcate85, a program for the TI85 which draws the bifurcation (orbit) diagram for the quadratic family of maps (Qc(x)=2+c); and Modern Algebra, a short worksheet demonstrating some of the uses of Maple in modern algebra. Software written by others covers fractals and chaos, ray tracing, geometry, and viewing math on the web.  


Levels:  College, Research 
Languages:  English 
Resource Types:  Calculators, Archives/Download Sites, Maple, Topic Tools Miscellaneous, Web Interactive/Java 
Math Topics:  Modern Algebra, Calculus (Multivariable), Chaos, Fractals, Nonlinear Dynamics 
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