Graphing Magic
Graphing Magic plots 2D and 3D functions. The 2D functions include polar, parametric and implicit functions. The 3D include cylindrical and sperical coordinates. It also plots solids such as solids of revolution and solids formed by slices. Many other 3D options are available

Math Animation Magic
Mathematics Animation Magic is a program for creating web pages with animated mathematical drawings, 2D graphs, 3D graphs, ot mathematics text. The program is intended for teachers developing apps for their classroom or for tutorials. No programing knowledge is required.

Math Animation Apps
A collection of stand-alone animated mathematics web pages created with Math Animation Magic. Use them as is or import them into Math Animation Magic to help learn to create your own apps.

EASIWord is an addin for Microsoft Word that makes it easy to insert mathematical expressions, symbols, graphs, and drawings into Word documents. The program installs a setup program on your desktop. When the setup is executed, it moves various files to your templates folder. Warning: because of moving various files, some virus protection software believes that this installer contains a virus. The software as distributed on this site has no virus, but you will probably be warned that it might.

Math Magic
Math Magic symplifies expressions and solves equations symbolically giving either exact or approximate answers. In addition it calcuates symbolic derivatives and either definite or indefinite integrals.

Sequence Patterns
This program is used find a polynomial that generates a given sequence. For example, 2,4,5 returns the polynomial
-n2 +7n - 2
. It has become popular in the elementary curriculum to lead the students to believe that there is a unique formula generating a finite sequence of numbers. This program demonstrates that there are in fact infinitely many such formulas.

FracFraz is a web page that makes a recursive image ofa text phrase. It's primary purpose is to make you wonder how it was done.

Summation Formulas
Nearly every introductory calculus class uses summations to compute the area under a polynomial function. However, the summation formulas are usually either not proven or are proved using induction with no clue given to how they are derived. This page derives an interesting recursion formula for obtaining the elementary summation formulas.