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This is a robust grapher with lots of options. It is focused on K-12, but has many capabilities that can be used by undergraduates.The site requires registration.

This collection of thirty Geogebra applets has been upgraded to use HTML 5, so they will run on tablets.

The applet is written in HTML5, so it is available on tablets. The applet gives the graph of a function and the integral is calculated as the signed area under the curve.

The applet is written in HTML5, so it is available on tablets. The applet uses wheels connected by belts to illustrate the Chain Rule.

The applet is written in HTML5, so it is available on tablets. The object is to identify which of three possible graphs represents the derivative of a function given by a graph.

The applet is written in HTML5, so it is available on tablets. The intuitive idea is the slope of the tangent, illustrated by the limit of secant slopes.
 

The applet is written in HTML5, so it is available on tablets. It has a clean look and feel with nine examples. There are exploration questions and an idea for a project.

This Java applet allows the user to explore the concept of an improper integral by graphing a function and adjusting the upper limit of the integral of the function with a slider.
This is essentially a Jeopardy game with the categories being integration, definite integrals, substitution, the fundamental theorem, and area between curves.
Java applet allows the user to visualize the method of cylindrical shells for finding the volume of a solid formed by revolving a specific region about the \(y\)-axis.

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