This article explains how to determine the equation of a logarithmic function given its graph

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A lot of students struggle to find answers for their math questions. Here are some helpful hints.

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How many calories? and the way the kilogram was defined has been in place since 1799. It recently got a makeover.

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We explore how to find the equations for a spiral around a hyperboloid.

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Infinite series have played an important role in the development of mathematics, especially calculus. Here's some background to some applets I wrote recently.

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This object has a weird property - it has finite volume, but infinite surface area. How is this possible?

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The revised double spring applet now allows exploration on mobile devices. Here is some background.

Explore piano note frequencies in this interactive learning object, combining trig graphs and exponential growth.

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y = ax^{2} + bx + c is a parabola. Changing the variables a and c are fairly simple, but what does b actually change, and by how much?

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This interactive applet allows you to explore the concepts of domain and range for several different mathematical functions.

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