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Over 70 interactive Java applets covering numerous concepts from single variable calculus, from limits and continuity to differential equations and Taylor series.
A nice article, particularly for new teachers of AP Calculus. The author describes her 30+ years of AP experience, as a way to encourage others to trust their ability to teach calculus.
The applet illustrates the geometric interpretation of antiderivatives in terms of areas.
This applet presents the relationship between the area bounded by a curve and the graph of the corresponding antiderivative.
This applet uses many examples to dynamically illustrate the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and the meaning of the definte integral in terms of areas.
This animation is a dynamic representation of the area function in the standard proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

This worksheet provides an examination of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus both graphically and numerically using a graphing calculator.

This resource is a geogebra applet with minimal instructions that allows the user to explore the limit of a sequence visually.
WinPlot is a freely distrributed simple 2D and 3D grapher, with built-in features for creating animations, tables of values, and more.
WolframAlpha is an online computational knowledge engine. It can accept natural language input and is programmed with thousands of computational algorithms.

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