Interactive Math Applications
On this page
- Plot your own graph
- Graph concepts
- Parabola, ellipses, polar coordinates
- Complex Numbers
- Counting & Probability
- Math art in code
- Math on the Web
- Math display experiments
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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!
Most of these interactive applets work on mobile devices, but not all (Flash-based applets do not work on mobile devices).
The order of the topics is similar to the order followed by IntMath.
Number, Ratio and Exponential Growth
Plot your own Graph
Basic graph concepts
Parabolas, ellipses, hyperbolas, polar coordinates
Counting and Probability
Math art in code
Examples of placing math on Web pages
Math display experiments
- ASCIIsvg-IM.js Demo and Syntax
- Embed a Desmos graph in your own page
- Remove MathJax Flicker in JSXGraph
- Reveal Steps in MathJax Output
- Animated trigonometry function graphs - Using D3
- Trigonometry function graphs - Using JSXGraph (with array)
- Animated trigonometry function graphs - Using JSXGraph
Software Used to Create the Interactives
1. JSXGraph Interactive Graphs
- Works on Windows, Mac and Linux
- Works in all browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and IE)
- Works on most mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, Android - but not in Opera Mini)
2. SVG Graphs
SVG stands for "Scalable Vector Graphics" and is the favorite format for graphic artists. You can see graphs on a Web page without using image files, similar to JSXGraph.
- Works on Windows, Mac, Linux
- Works natively on Chrome, Firefox, Safari and now IE
- Works on mobile devices
Read more at Math graphs without images using SVG.