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Calculus Student Apps 2014

Student generated Calculus Apps

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Inverse Function Slope Relation
Inverse Function Slope Relation
Read header and footer for details

Tags: calculus, derivative

Catapulting a Ball
Catapulting a Ball
Relating the position to the velocity of a flying rock from a catapult.

Tags: derivatives, draggable, calculus

Running For Miles
Running For Miles
Above is a graph of the miles ran by the runner and the time in minutes it has taken her to complete those miles. Drag the runner across the function F(X)= ln(1000X) to represent how many miles she has run. Then you are able to calculate the speed (Minutes per mile) of the runner by finding the derivative of the graph at that exact point.

Tags: awesome, fun, math, running, miles, speed, velocity, derivative

Derivative Calculator
Derivative Calculator
The green line represents your equation while the pink line represents the derivative of the equation.

Tags: math, derivative, graph

Decay of Barium-141
Decay of Barium-141
This app shows the decay of the radioactive isotope barium-141 given different different starting amounts, and shows the rate of decay after varying amounts of time.

Tags: Draggable, exponential-decay, real-world, nuclear-decay

Relationship of Calculus and Golf
Relationship of Calculus and Golf
This applet describes the relationship between golf and calculus using integrals of velocity to show distance.

Tags: Golf, Schmautz, Velocity, Distance, Calculus

Acceleration of A Horse
Acceleration of A Horse
This app allows you to find the acceleration of a racing horse at any point in time and helps explain the concept of the derivative to those not familiar to it.

Tags: Horse, Acceleration, Velocity, Derivative, Moffat, Racing

Planet Orbit
Planet Orbit
Find out how and why Newton invented calculus to solve a proof on planets!

Tags: calculus, integrals, orbits, planets, area, arcs

Investigating Integrals through Polygons
Investigating Integrals through Polygons
Explore how a geometric approximation beneath the curve compares to the definite integral at variable bounds.

Tags: integral, area, area-under-the-curve, approximating-area, Riemann-sum, trapezoidal

Safeway Sales App (Josh Moffat)
Safeway Sales App (Josh Moffat)
This app will allow you to better grasp the idea of integrals by allowing you find the area under the curve of a real world function. I acquired the function from http://www.cengage.com/resource_uploads/downloads/0547167059_149912.pdf, Page 52, Problem118.

Tags: Integrals, Sales, Safeway, Moffat, Draggable

The Ocean
The Ocean
The ocean with some potential crazy functions.

Tags: calculus, sin(x), cos(x)

Point On A Circle
Point On A Circle
This app describes the movement of a point on a circle.

Tags: Draggable

Gabbi's App
Gabbi's App
This app is to show the real life relationship between an equation and it's derivative.

Tags: Draggable, Calculus, sin(x), cos(x)

giraffe graph
giraffe graph
This App shows the hypothetical growth, growth rate, and acceleration of a giraffe.

Tags: Derivatives

Decline of Lions
Decline of Lions
This App shows the decline of the lion population over time using derivatives.

Tags: Derivatives

Limits
Limits
Learn limits n' stuff

Tags: mantis-shrimp-limit-limits

Jeep Wheeling Trip
Jeep Wheeling Trip
An interactive Calculus applet involving integrals and Jeeps!

Tags: jeep, calculus, integral, area-under-the-curve

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Even and Odd Functions With a Tangent Twist
Even and Odd Functions With a Tangent Twist
This app allows you to visually conceptualize even and odd functions while also discovering the function of a tangent line.

Tags: calculus, even-and-odd-functions, tangent

Derivative
Derivative
Allow to see derivative of any function you choose

Tags: highschool, calculas

Calc is FUN!
Calc is FUN!
A Calculator that uses derivatives! Simple and easy way to find slope of any point in the function. Picture provided by:https://www.google.com/search?q=math&espv=2&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=z3GPU4SYIc32oASR5YC4DA&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ&biw=1600&bih=799#q=math+calc&tbm=isch&facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=p2df9_3vMG80EM%253A%3BGhCZyxe_CEKdJM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fhome.moravian.edu%252Fstudents%252Fd%252Fstmsd01%252Fimages%252Fanalyze%252520math%252520logo.png%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fhome.moravian.edu%252Fstudents%252Fd%252Fstmsd01%252Fedlinks2.html%3B1600%3B93

Tags: #fun-#mathiscool-#derivatives-#followback-#awesome

Death Star vs. Endor
Death Star vs. Endor
An exciting mix of calculus and the hit series Star Wars, explore a problem the mighty empire could've faced with their final attempt to squash the rebellion.

Tags: Starwars, Derivatives, Normal-lines, Draggable, Fiction, Circles, Ellipses, Tangents

The Spinning Dancer
The Spinning Dancer
This app shows how position and velocity are related.

Tags: velocity, position, calculus, dancer

Area Between The Curves
Area Between The Curves
Find the area between two curves of your choice using calculus! Check your answer!

Tags: Area, area-between-two-curves, calculus, draggable, choose-your-own-graph, ms.-doss-calculus-class, high-school

First and second derivatives!
First and second derivatives!
Enter any f(x) function and see the relationships of derivatives.

Tags: graphs, functions, derivatives, slope, concavity

Relation of tangent slope to derivative
Relation of tangent slope to derivative
See the relationship of tangent lines in derivatives any graph!

Tags: calculus, mrs.-doss's-calculus-class, Mrs.-Doss, derivatives

balloon2
balloon2
This app shows the relationship of the rate of the radius as the volume of a balloon increases.

Tags: balloon, related-rates, calculus, schmautz

volume around an axis
volume around an axis
In this app you will be able to find the volume of a starfish legs

Tags: volume, starfish, volume-around-an-axis, slider

Planet's Orbit by Emily Walker
Planet's Orbit by Emily Walker
Newton needs your help! Newton is trying to prove Kepler’s theory on planet orbits; that the area will remain constant anywhere on the orbital. Newton took the integral of the arc length to solve for the area that the planet sweeps over. The length will change in respect to the area as the area remains constant. Picture is from: http://pixabay.com/p-195187/?no_redirect

Tags: planet-newton-orbit-calculus-kelper


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