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A Quartet of 2006 JAVA Applets Being Tested
  Areas between Curves
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/areabetcur/areabetcur.htm
  An Interactive On-Screen Function Grapher
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/funcgrapher/funcgrapher.htm
  Radioactive Decay
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/radiodecay/radiodecay.htm
  Baravelle Spirals - Infinite Geometric Series
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/baravelle/baravelle.htm

 

Vector Calculus Bridge Project using a JAVA Applet
  Interactive Vector Field Program
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/vectors/vectors.htm

 

Pursuit Curves using a JAVA Applet
  Interactive Pursuit Curve Program
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/pursuit2/pursuit2.htm

 

Trigonometry using a JAVA Applet
  Interactive Curve Program, Quiz, and Feedback
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/javatrig2/javatrig2.htm

 

Goodstein's Theorem
  An Interactive Java Sequence Converging to Zero
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/goodstein/goodstein.htm



Quadric Surfaces

    Using Java 3D to Investigate the Paraboloid
http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/paraboloid/paraboloid.htm


Trigonometry - The Unit Circle

    Interactive Four Quadrant Unit Circle: Quiz with Feedback
http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/trig/trig.htm


Möbius Strip

   Using Java 3D to Create a Famous Surface

Trigonometry
   Using a Java Applet for Interative Sine and Cosine Functions

Fourier Series and the Gibbs Phenomeno
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    Links to Interactive Physics Applications







We invite you to contribute a JAVA "deposit"
 in the National Curve Bank.


See    Submit a Curve.



Links helpful to JAVA programmers creating mathematical projects
    JavaView:  Interact 3D Geometry and Visualization
http://www.javaview.de
    JEP:  Java Math Expression Parser








   
 
Alan Turing
1912-1954
 
John von Neumann
1903-1957
     
Charles Babbage
1791-1871
 
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

1646-1716

 
Blaise Pascal
1623-1662
The Architecture Department of Manchester University and Macclesfield Borough Council dedicated a commemorative plaque on Hollymeade, the house in Wilmslow near Manchester where Alan Turing lived and died.