In this article, a very simple model is used to describe and generate many types of seashell shapes.

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In this article, a very simple model is used to describe and generate many types of seashell shapes.

A Biological ESTEEM module in the Ecology Category. This worksheet simulates the population growth of two interacting species.

An **article** by the faculty advisor of the students who created the Math and Architecture Project, explaining how the project came about.

This article uses a game, called Google-opoly, played on a small directed graph to describe and model the Google PageRank algorithm.

This application allows linear algebra exercises to be completed using a server side program, which makes the tools browser independent. Every step of each solution is fully explained.

In this article, we explain what we mean by an "interactive mathematics text"; we describe its goals, contents, and pedagogical methods; and we explain the thinking that went into in writing our text, Visual Linear Algebra.

This Biological ESTEEM module in the Ecology Category consists of a Java applet along with more than 100 food web matrices in the form of Excel worksheets. After manipulating these transformed matrices, the patterns are visualized.

This Biological ESTEEM module in the Evolution Category illustrates a number of ESS examples. Each example allows the user to manipulate the initial population for each strategy and the fitness payoffs and costs for each strategy.

This site uses LiveMath (link to the free plugin is included) to allow the user to explore mathematical questions about the equal-arm balance.