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Author:Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Description: A library of applets in calculus; linear systems; differential equations; probability and statistics; and advanced math methods. Applets: Balance Applet; Beats; Bicycle Pedal; Bicycle Frame Angle, Frame Force, and Frame Length Analysis; Budget Optimization; 2-D Centroids Applet; Chemical Equilibrium Applet; Chemical Kinetics Series of Applets; Cointoss A; Communication Channel; Compound Resistor; Continuous Random Variable Applet; Drag Forces; Economic Order Quantity (EOQ); Eyemount; Field Explorer Applet; Flux and Surface Integration Series of Applets; Fourier Series of Applets; Free Body Diagram; Gaussian CDF; Geiger Counter; Heat Flow; Image Magnification; Image Noise; Integral Approximation; Interatomic Potential; Least Squares Curve Fitting; Mass Transport Series; Matrix Explorer Applet; Mountain Biker Weight; Navigation Chart; Navigation Optimization; Optical Bench; Pendulum; Piston; 2-D Plotter; RLC Circuit; RV Plot; Regression Analysis; Signal Detection; Sine + Cosine; Skydiver; Snell's Law; Spberical Gauss's Law; Spring Mass; Spring Pendulum; Two Degrees of Freedom Applet; Variable Capacitor Simulation; Variable Resistor; Visualizing the Gradient (2D, 3D); Weight Distribution to Bike Tires; Wing.

Levels: College
Languages: English
Resource Types: Web Interactive/Java
Math Topics: Linear Algebra, Calculus (Single Variable), Calculus (Multivariable), Differential Equations, Probability, Statistics
Math Ed Topics: Interdisciplinary/Thematic Studies

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