Archive for the ‘Computers & Internet’ Category

Carnival of Maths is coming to IntMath

The next Carnival of Mathematics is coming to IntMath
IntMath will be hosting the next Carnival of Mathematics, a collection of recent blog posts about math.

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Context Free math-based art

lorenz attractor context free artContext Free is software you can use to produce some beautiful math-based art. Build STEM skills while triggering your creative side.

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Updated Graphs of tan, cot, sec and csc

graph of tan theta applet
The updated applets on the Graphs of tan, cot, sec and csc page now run on mobile devices, albeit rather slowly. One of the most popular pages on IntMath.

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New Riemann Sums applet

applet for finding area under curve
Here’s some background on the new Riemann Sums applet I added to IntMath. You can see how we find areas under curves using rectangles.

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From brain injury to math genius: Jason Padgett

Padgett image
Jason Padgett was attacked and savagely beaten. He had severe concussion, but an amazing new ability to “see the world through the lens of geometry”.

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Google uses integration to speed up the Web

The page speed index score is based on calculus
Google tries hard to provide super-fast Web pages, and uses calculus in the process.

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Pulleys interactive applet: math background

Updated pulley math interactive applet
Here’s some math background behind the recently updated pulley applet.

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Range hood curved sides problem

range hood
A manufactures of range hoods with curved sides wants to know what shape to cut the sheets.

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New z-Table interactive graph

z-curve interactive
Investigate the meaning of the z-table using this interactive graph.

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Friday math movie: Complex numbers in math class

Complex number lesson
This is a very creative way to present a lesson – funny, too.

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