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http://mathforum.org/fakeOAI
oai:hades:mf-12848
2002-01-05T20:04:00Z
Graph Explorer
Cooper, Alan
Graphing Techniques
This applet draws a graphs of user-defined functions. The applet can handle multiple polynomial, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions (including inverse trigonometric functions). All graphs can be panned, zoomed and recentred. There is also a detailed introduction to using the applet, and a version of the applet with the instructions in a separate frame, as well as a help file, list of suggested activities, etc.
MathDL
en
http://www.joma.org/more/more.html?id=12848
2002-01-05T20:04:00Z
InteractiveResource
other
nsdlib.nsdl.cornell.edu/web/nsdl/metadata/cornell.nsdl.pri
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2001-09-01T04:00:00Z
http://ns.nsdl.org/S4S_dc
a fake about for example purposes
this is to show what a native about might look like in a db_insert file
oai:hades:mf-12868
2001-01-10T15:44:00Z
THEset
yo:ANOTHERset
Integrator
Wachsmuth, Bert G.
Integration
This applet computes Riemann sums for a user-defined function and draws a graph of the function as well as a graphical represenatation of the approximations. It can handle exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, as well as composites of these, and many other functions. The applet is from the author's Java Tools page, accessed from the Interactive Real Analysis page. Because it comes from a real analysis course, it uses terms such as "norm of a partition" and "general sum" that may not be familiar in a calculus class. However, the partitions are all regular -- "general sum" appears to mean that the sample points are chosen randomly in the subintervals.
MathDL
en
http://www.joma.org/more/more.html?id=12868
2001-01-10T15:44:00Z
InteractiveResource
oai:hades:mf-777
2003-01-10T15:44:00Z