A point-and-click interface that lets you play with the axioms of the "Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory" to prove simple theorems. You might get a glimpse at how ultimately all of mathematics can be derived!
Maths online (also in German) hosts a gallery of interactive multimedia learning units on different issues; this site also provides on-line tools such as calculators, integrators and function plotters.
This is a collection of webpages about mechanical calculating machines. You'll find sexy advertisements and juicy stories! You can also operate an 1885 adding machine.
Available in both French and English, this site serves as an introduction to Physic's geometrization; many geometric and topologic concepts are explored.
|Fractals in Science|
The Center for Polymer Studies has developed a series of java-enhanced web units which explore how fundamentally random microscopic events can give rise to fractal macroscopic patterns.
|Journal of Basketball Studies|
Applying Math and Science to Basketball! This site includes articles, statistical methods used to help study basketball, basketball stats, and other basketball trivia.
|Welcome to Lavarand|
Learn how lava lamps can be used to help computersb generate nearly unbreakable codes. Includes some pretty advanced math and some very cool pictures!
|Twin dragon applet|
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Using a Java applet, you will be
|Sacred Geometry Discovery|
The author of this site explores mathematical patterns in nature that are "symbolic of the underlying metaphysical principle of the inseparable relationship of the part to the whole." (The site requires the latest version of Java, which is downloadable at: http://www.java.com)
Prof. Kimberling offers descriptions, illustrations, and commentary on several classical and 20th-century triangle centers.