Interactive matching game where linear and quadratic expressions are matched to their associated functions graphs. Site features over 100 graphs, although only six are used at one time.
This is a wonderful site that helps students understand and practice with the concept of derivative as the slope of the tangent of a function. The site contains several interactive exercises.
Interactive site in which an equation must be matched with an equivalent form of itself (for example, after it has been divided by two). After finishing, the site returns a score to judge understanding of the topic.
Interactive multiple-choice assessment in which a graph is given and the properties of the graph must be observed. Such properties include zeros of the function, positive and negative intervals of the function, and monotonically increasing and decreasing intervals.
Interactive assessment in which the solution set of an equation is found. Combines equation solving skills with set notation, introduces empty sets, intersections, subsets of real numbers (rational, integer, prime, etc.).
Match algebraic expressions which are equivalent for a given value of x. Expressions are not equal except for the given value, therefore each expression must be evaluated separately. Assessment grades your performance after completion.
This is demonstration of how the law of sines works. It uses Java applets to manipulate the triangle and allows the user to explore what happens to the values of the triangle as the sides are changed.
A series of trigonometric definite integrals are presented, along with three answers for each question (one correct, two incorrect). After choosing all answers, the site returns a score to judge understanding of definite integrals of the cosine function.
A series of trigonometric definite integrals are presented, along with three answers for each question (one correct, two incorrect). After choosing all answers, the site returns a score to judge understanding of definite integrals of the sine function.
Interactive assessment tests understanding of definition sets (ie, sets restricted to a certain domain by rational expressions). After completion, the site returns a score to judge how well the exercises were completed.
A series of multiple choice questions are given, each dealing with theoretical constructs of the derivative. These questions focus much more on concepts than mathematical manipulation. At the conclusion of the interactive quiz, the site returns a score which helps judge understanding of the derivative.
A set of interactive, multiple-choice questions are presented, all dealing with mathematical differentiation. Each question is of the form "The derivative of is given by:" At the completion of the exercises, a score is given to help judge understanding of differentiation.
Given eight functions containing absolute value elements, choose whether each is differentiable or non-differentiable. At the conclusion of the exercises, the site returns a score which helps judge understanding of the topic.
Given an unsimplified polynomial, this matching assessment will test your understanding of degrees (referred to as "order" by the website) of polynomials.
Given a set of eight sequence formulae, determine whether each is convergent or divergent. After completing the exercises, the site returns a score to judge understanding of such sequences.
Interactive multiple-choice assessment in which an algebraic fraction is given, to which an equivalent simplified fraction is required. After finishing, the site returns a final score.