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**article**about*Ideas in Mathematics*, a liberal-arts mathematics course at the University of Pennsylvania for humanities, nursing, and elementary education majors.Displaying 221 - 230 of 322

This applet and corresponding activity represent a general demonstration of the effects of the Central Limit Theorem. It is part of the Statistics Online Computational Resource (SOCR).

This module, based on Mathwright Microworld technology, allows linear algebra students to visualize linear transformations of the form Ax = y, where A is a 2 by 2 matrix.

This collection of pdf files use the PascGalois software for guided explorations in the context of Number Theory course.

Let binary integer linear programming solve Sudoku puzzles and variations on the game for you. Also, learn to prove theorems regarding puzzle creation. Java applets allow for interactive exploration, and exercises and challenge problems are included.

This applet allows the user to test a graph for planarity by simply dragging the nodes around until the graph's edges don't cross. Fixed exercises and an interface for drawing your own graph are given.

An **article** about "lite applets," flexible and powerful tools that can be used as part of highly interactive curriculum modules that are scientifically and pedagogically sound.

A Biological ESTEEM module in the Genetics Category. This workbook performs six-frame translation on a short user-input nucleotide sequence and highlights the position of stop codons.