Tag dedicated to Java Applets that provide an understanding of some theorem or formula properties of geometric objects.

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Maximum a posteriori estimation using Java

I have the following Java function: ...
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Sin wave formula simplification and explanation?

I have been trying to implement this Wave equation into java: A = amplitude of wave L = wave length w = spatial angular frequency s = speed wt = temporal angular frequency d = direction FI = ...
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A formula for the exterior angles of an irregular polygon, given interior angles?

So I took a challenge from my Geometry teacher to create code that when the user gives the computer how many angles / sides a polygon has and the angle of each of the interior angles it could find ...
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Software/Applet to Draw Tree Diagrams (for Enumeration Problems)

I need a software/applet/flash file which easily draws tree diagrams for simple enumeration problems: I want to give number of the vertices in each layer, and it draws the diagram which shows all the ...
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Applet to find least-crossings drawing for an input graph

Is there a convenient online applet that allows me to draw a graph, after which it outputs a plane drawing of an isomorphic graph that has (approximately) the least number of crossings among all ...
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Generating parabola from points applet

Does anyone know of an applet or something that generates a parabola (graph and/or equation) given three (unique, non-colinear) points? I'm going to be mentioning this fact to my students as an aside ...
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Intuitive explanation of Residue theorem in Complex Analysis

The residue theorem that states that if a) $U$ is a simply connected and open subset of the complex plane, b) $a_1,\dots,a_n$ are finitely many points of $U$, c) and $f$ is a function which is ...
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There is some intuitive idea of Pascal's 's theorem in Projective Geometry?

In projective geometry, Pascal's theorem (formulated by Blaise Pascal when he was 16 years old) determines that a hexagon inscribed in a conic, the lines that contain the opposite sides intersect in ...