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This GeoGebra applet and accompanying activities illustrate the formal definition of a sequence of real numbers converging to a limit \(L\) through a series of interactive exercises.

The applet shows graphically and numerically consecutive terms of a sequence or consecutive partial sums of a series.

This applet allows the user to look at the Taylor polynomial approximation to a function \(f(x)\).

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.
QuickTime animation of a volume of revolution.
A large collection of animations that illustrate families of functions and curves including: linear, power, polynomial, rational, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions.
In the M-N definition of an infinite limit at infinity, students get to select M and then adjust N to satisfy the definition.
Mathematica demonstrations covering almost every aspect of high school algebra and geometry needed for the study of calculus.

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