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High School Mathematics
Demonstrations 181 - 200 of 1097
The Sum of the Interior Angles of a Triangle Equals 180 Degrees by Paper Folding
Average Value of a Function
The Natural Logarithm is the Limit of the Integrals of Powers
Volumes of Revolution Using Cylindrical Shells
The Effects of Some Simple Compositions on the Graph of a Function
A Tour of Second-Order Ordinary Differential Equations
Polar Angles and Points on the Unit Circle
Minimizing the Time for a Dog to Fetch a Ball in Water
The Normal Distribution
Maximizing the Volume and Surface Area of Geometric Solids Inscribed in a Sphere
Maximizing the Area of Some Geometric Figures of Fixed Perimeter
The Disk Method
Basic Examples of Propositional Calculus
Approximating the Tangent to a Curve with Secants
Maximizing the Viewing Angle of a Painting
The Maximum Rectangular Area under Different Curves
Kinematics of Traffic Congestion
The Integral Test and Error Estimation Using p-Series
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