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A Tabular View of Limits

limits (PreCalculus) 
Java Applet 
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A Java applet that presents limits from a tabular perspective. Includes a rescalable presentation version with large fonts.
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Another Hilbert Curve

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This activity allows the user to show how changing the generator slightly in a line replacement fractal can have a significant impact on the final product.
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Chaos Game

limits (PreCalculus) 
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This activity allows the user to see patterns in seemingly random dot arrangements and explore the chaos game by changing the number of vertices, and the number of dots displayed.
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Flake Maker

limits (PreCalculus) 
Java Applet 
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This activity allows the user to build custom line deformation fractals.
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Fractal Dimensions

limits (PreCalculus) 
Java Applet 
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This activity allows the user to calculate the fractal dimension of a series of regular fractals without access to a calculator.
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From Secant Lines to Tangent L...

limits (PreCalculus) 
Sketchpad 
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This activity demonstrates one of the many ways Sketchpad can be used in a calculus or math analysis class. Here, students explore the relationship between the slopes of secant lines to a curve...
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Hilbert Curve Generator

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This activity allows the user to step through the generation of a fractal made from deforming a line by bending it.
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Introduction to Fractals: Geom...

limits (PreCalculus) 
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This activity is designed to further the work of the Infinity, SelfSimilarity and Recursion lesson by showing students other classical fractals, the Sierpinski Triangle and Carpet, this time involvin...
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Julia Sets

limits (PreCalculus) 
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This activity allows the user to investigate the Julia sets associated with functions f(Z) = Z^2 + C for any complex number C=(a,b) in the circle of radius 2.
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Koch's Snowflake

limits (PreCalculus) 
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This activity allows the user to step through the generation of a fractal made from deforming a line by bending it.
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La carrera de la tortuga y la ...

limits (PreCalculus) 
Java Applet 
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Los estudiantes aprenden sobre multiplicación de fracciones y convergencia de una sucesión infinita de números, a través de un recorrido por la carrera de la tortuga y la liebre, basándose en la Pa...
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Limits at Infinity

limits (PreCalculus) 
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A Java applet that introduces limits at infinity. Includes a rescalable presentation version with large fonts.
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Limits: An Informal View

limits (PreCalculus) 
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A Java applet that introduces limits in an informal manner. Includes a rescalable presentation version with larger fonts.
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Mandelbrot Set

limits (PreCalculus) 
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This activity allows the user to investigate the Mandelbrot set associated with functions f(Z) = Z^2 + C
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One and Twosided limits, and...

limits (PreCalculus) 
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A Java applet that introduces one and twosided limits, and when limits fail to exist. Includes a rescalable presentation version with large fonts.
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Patterns In Fractals

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Introduces students to the idea of finding number patterns in the generation of several different types of fractals.
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Properties of Fractals

limits (PreCalculus) 
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This activity is designed to further the work of the Infinity, SelfSimilarity and Recursion, Geometric Fractals, and Fractals and the Chaos Game lessons by leading the students to build a working def...
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Properties of Fractals Dialogu...

limits (PreCalculus) 
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A dialogue between a student and a mentor about the properties of fractals.
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Rational Number Relationships

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Excel 
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In this activity, students use an interactive spreadsheet template to explore relationships and patterns in rational numbers. The students will also learn how to create the template. Students will exp...
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Sierpinski's Carpet

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This activity allows the user to step through the process of building the Sierpinski's Carpet.
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Sierpinski's Triangle

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This activity allows the user to step through the process of building the Sierpinski's Triangle.
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Tortoise and Hare Race

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Students step through the tortoise and hare race, based on Zeno's paradox, to learn about the multiplication of fractions and about convergence of an infinite sequence of numbers.
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What's My Model?

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TINspire 
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Students will investigate several different regression models and determine which of the models makes the most sense, based upon a realworld situation (cooling a cup of hot chocolate).
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