About Absorb Mathematics Absorb Mathematics is an interactive course written by Kadie Armstrong, a mathematician and an expert in developing interactive online content. It offers a huge amount of interactivity - ranging from simple animations that show hidden concepts, to powerful models that allow flexible experimentation. Absorb Mathematics is divided into units – roughly corresponding to a lesson – so you can follow the structure of the course all the way through or use the units individually when covering a particular topic or concept. Each unit provides an engaging narrative supported by interactive animations, our unique simulations and exercises to ensure concepts have been understood. Try the free sample units in your class.
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SpeQ Mathematics What is it SpeQ is a small, extensive mathematics program with a simple, intuitive interface. All calculations are entered in a sheet. In there you can freely add, edit and execute calculations. SpeQ supports all common functions, constants, and units. Furthermore, you can define custom variables and functions, and plot graphs of your functions.
MathCast Home MathCast is an equation editor, an application that allows you to input mathematical equations. These equations can be used in documents, emails, and webpages. The equations can be rendered graphically to the screen, to picture files, or to MathML. MathCast is a free and open source application.
Picture perfect In 2004 three physicists decided to dabble in a field they knew little about. Within weeks they had developed a new technique that transforms weeks' worth of computer calculations into something that could be done on a single page in an hour. It's used in particle accelerators such as the LHC at CERN.
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