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19 Great Online Graphing Calculators for Teachers and Students In the old days, you were pretty much limited to a handheld graphing calculator in order to produce graphs of equations. That has all changed in the past few years with the introduction of online graphing calculators. Unfortunately, not all graphing calculators are created equal. Furthermore, doing an Internet search for graphing calculators doesn’t yield as much as you would expect. I don’t believe there is any “best” online graphing calculator since it all depends on what you want to do with the calculator. Do you want something really easy or something very powerful? Take a look at all these online graphing calculators that are at your disposal. Desmos Graphing Calculator–Free Graphing Calculator, by Desmos.com. Equation Grapher 2.02—Equation grapher is a limited but effective way to graph lines and quadratics with a very pleasing interface. Equation Grapher | Graph Equations g(x,y) = f(x,y)–Equation grapher for graphing equations using the Cartesian or polar coordinate system. iOS Apps

Demonstrations — Simantics Demonstration videos of applications on Simantics platform. Simantics in Action Below are some software application and technology demonstrations about how Simantics platform can be applied for modelling and simulation. Click the image to see the video. Use the controls below the video to enlarge the picture. Apros® on the Simantics platform Apros is a process modelling and simulation environment that is scalable to even the largest plant design tasks. Balas® on the Simantics platform BALAS is a steady state simulation package for chemical processes with emphasis on pulp and paper. Modelica® on the Simantics platform Modelica is an object-oriented language for modelling and simulation. The first video demonstrates the general Modelica features and the second one is an early phase demonstration of the work done in OpenPROD EU project for system dynamics modelling and simulation. 3D Geometry and MBS Modelling on the Simantics platform Flowbat on the Simantics platform

Science Writer Welcome to CAST Science Writer, the tool that supports students in writing lab and class reports. This tool is geared toward middle school and high school students. Check out the supports and help available in Science Writer described below. Or click the "Take a Tour" button above to see how Science Writer works. A Report Structure All parts of a science or lab report are broken into small steps so the author can concentrate on one part of the report at a time. A Process for Writing Science Writer helps you through the process of draft, revise, and edit when writing a science report. Sentence Starters The "Help Me Get Started" button has two functions (1) it divides the writing into smaller sections and (2) provides sentence starters when on the draft screens in the writing process. Checklists Checklists are available when you revise and edit your science report. Journal This is a place in Science Writer where you may write notes, reflect, make comments or questions, or keep track of data.

Instructions for Downloading WinPlot and Winstats Instructions for Downloading Winplot and Winstats winplot is a free graphing utility that was written by Richard Parris, a math instructor at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire. Sadly Richard passed away in 2012. After Richard's death the program was still available for a number of years on the Exeter Academy math department's web site. Working versions of winplot and winstats (a simple to use statistical analysis package) can be intalled on a Windows operating system by right clicking on the links below. Link to the zipped version (August, 7, 2012) of winstats: A link to a Power Point tutorial on winplot: A link to winplot files used in the calculus sequence: This page is dedicated to the memory of Richard Parris who undoubtably spent many hours in making and revising these programs for the benefit of both students and instructors.

PhysicsJS" by Well Caffeinated Visit Mobile Site Chrome Experiments Celebrating creative code for the web. Hey! We highly recommend you launch this experiment in Google Chrome. It may run slower, or not at all, in other browsers. Okay, I'll download Google Chrome I'm willing to risk it Back to All PhysicsJS November 29, 2013 Launch Experiment Or visit goo.gl/sSf2J8 on your phone or tablet using Google Chrome. Author: Well Caffeinated Toronto Rate Experiment (26 ratings): From the Author: A set of demos of real-time 2D physics in the browser. Technology: html, css, javascript canvas requireJS (AMD modules) Tags: Not WebGL Gravity Comments By TJ Horner on December 26, 2013 Never thought a physics engine would be possible with JavaScript. Reply to this comment By sethaporn on December 08, 2013 good By Ahmad on November 29, 2013 amazing...................!!! thank uuu for js Add a comment All fields are required to prevent spam.

Free Mathematics Whiteboard Applet Last January, I posted a link of an electronic whiteboard that teachers can use for classroom presentations. This time, there is a better applet that you can use for presenting as well as teaching mathematics. This applet was created using Dbook, a Japanese software that enables teachers to create intereactive electronic books. I will post a separate article later about it. The Mathematics Whiteboard This applet has the usual pens and eraser tools. Dbook is a Flash-based program, so you will need a Flash Player. Update: If you cannot download the white board applet in the link above, click here to download it from another location.

, Coronavirus, and You — Learn Desmos Webinar Recordings Our webinar platform, Zoom, is experiencing heavy load on its servers so the recordings will be delayed several days. We will post them as soon as possible. Tiles © CPM Educational Program 2014 Welcome to the CPM Tiles tool! With this tool, you can use tiles to explore to explore geometric and algebraic properties and patterns. Click on 'Next ▶' below to get started! Click on 'Page X of Y' below at any time to see the table of contents. Using the ToolsTaking Tools Out of the Tray3Snapping Tools Together4Editing Tools5Selecting & Copying Tools6Tool CategoriesBackgrounds7Algebra Tiles8Base Ten Blocks10Number Lines11Area and Perimeter14General Tools17The TrayThe Toolbar20Additional Options21 At left, you will see the tray, which contains several different tool categories. BackgroundsAlgebra TilesBase Ten BlocksNumber LinesArea and PerimeterGeneral Tools Click and drag a tool out to the right to start using it. Most tools (with the exception of the text box) will snap together at the edges. If you have selected a grid background, tools will no longer snap to each other and instead snap to the background grid. Some tools have properties that you can edit.

JMathLab About jMatLab is a platform for mathematical and numerical computations. It is a clone of Matlab and Octave. Unlike Matlab, it is free. Unlike Octave, it runs on any platform where Java is installed. It can also run on the Web browser. Download The program is a part of the DMelt computational environment. Documentation Read interactive jMathLab tutorial from jLearn portal. Your participation If you have a useful code implemented as M-file or as Java package which you would like to include to the next release, please contact jmathlab[AT]jwork.org. License and source code The project is licensed by the GNU public license. Interactive Math Applications This is a summary of the various interactive graphs, calculators and other manipulatives here on IntMath. If you use the Interactive Whiteboard in your math class, this is an ideal place to start! All of these interactive applets work on mobile devices. The order of the topics is similar to the order followed by IntMath. The various manipulatives that are linked on this page were created using javascript, JSXGraph, and ASCIIsvg. Calculators Plot your own Graph Number, Ratio, Algebra and Exponential Growth Matrices Logarithms Basic graph concepts Parabolas, ellipses, hyperbolas, polar coordinates Trigonometry Complex Numbers Vectors Counting and Probability Calculus Math art in code Examples of placing math on Web pages Math display experiments Software Used to Create the Interactives 1. JSXGraph is a great way to interact with math concepts. Read more at JSXGraph Interactive Javascript graphs. 2. SVG stands for "Scalable Vector Graphics" and is the favorite format for graphic artists. Compatability:

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