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Demonstrations 181 - 200 of 1097
Directional Derivatives and the Gradient
An Osculating Circle for Various Curvatures
Is the Given Function Injective?
Are the Lines Parallel?
Rational Functions of Small Degree
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
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