Graphics for the Calculus Classroom (Java version)
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|Douglas N. Arnold; Institute for Mathematics and its Applications|
|Excerpts with Java animations from a collection of graphical demonstrations developed for first year calculus. Includes: Differentials and differences, computing the volume of water in a tipped glass, Archimedes' calculation of pi, how the ball bounces, secants and tangents, zooming in on a tangent line, a trigonometric limit, the limit, a nowhere differentiable function, 2.7182818284590...[e], and the intersection of two cylinders. If this version of the page crashes your browser, try the alternate version that uses animated gifs.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Graphics, Course Notes, Documents/Sketches/Galleries, Web Interactive/Java|
|Math Topics:||Pi, Calculus (Single Variable), Trigonometry|
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