In this article we examine several specific geometric phenomena in Euclidean space and calculate the asymptotics as the dimension gets large.

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This interactive Flash application illustrates the multiplication technique popularized by John Napier (1550-1610) and known as "Napier's Bones."

A **Developers' Area** article to assist college math instructors to write their own applets.

This site consists of a group of interactive Flash movies designed to teach introductory statistics students how to use their calculators so that class time can be spent focusing on concepts.

These applets provide interactive student activities to make connections between the graphical and analytical interpretation of "completing the square" and writing the equation of a parabola in general and standard form.

These are designed as supplements to a modern algebra course. They are designed to help students visualize many of the important concepts from a first semester undergraduate abstract algebra course.

A **mathlet** that illustrates the relationship between the graphs of the natural sine and cosine curves and the vertical and horizontal coordinates of points on the unit circle.

This utility uses the free Flash player plug-in resident in most browsers to allow the user to graph a surface of the form z = f(x,y) on a customized scale and dynamically rotate the three-dimensional picture.