See how a quantity decreases when it undergoes exponential decay.
the Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Embed Interactive Demonstration
More details »
Download Demonstration as CDF »
Download Author Code »
More by Author
Newton's Law of Cooling
Derivatives of Exponential Functions
The Deltafunction as the Limit of Some Special Functions
S. M. Blinder
Laplace's Equation on a Circle
David von Seggern (University of Nevada, Reno)
Accuracy of Series Approximations
Fred E. Moolekamp III and Kevin L. Stokes
Egg-Shaped Orbits of Non-Uniform Oscillators
Ball Bouncing on a Moving Piston
The Coffee Cooling Problem
S. M. Blinder
Paths of Two-Dimensional Oscillators
Examples of Fourier Series
High School Calculus and Analytic Geometry
High School Chemistry
High School Earth and Environmental Sciences
High School Mathematics
High School Physics
Browse all topics
Related Curriculum Standards
US Common Core State Standards, Mathematics
The #1 tool for creating Demonstrations
and anything technical.
Explore anything with the first
computational knowledge engine.
The web's most extensive
Course Assistant Apps »
An app for every course—
right in the palm of your hand.
Wolfram Blog »
Read our views on math,
science, and technology.
Computable Document Format »
The format that makes Demonstrations
(and any information) easy to share and interact with.
STEM Initiative »
Programs & resources for
educators, schools & students.
Join the initiative for modernizing
Note: Your message & contact information may be shared with the author of any specific Demonstration for which you give feedback.
© 2013 Wolfram Demonstrations Project & Contributors |
Note: To run this Demonstration you need Mathematica 7+ or the free Mathematica Player 7EX
Download or upgrade to
Mathematica Player 7EX
I already have