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07  GGB  Derivative of an Exponential
Allows display of an exponential function and its derivative. I had students use this to conceptualize the derivative and identify a base value for which the function and derivative are equivalent.


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Constructing a 34 triangle.ggb
This is a self guided activity that helps students see the SAS triangle congruence postulate. Students construct a triangle with sides of given length, and make the included angle 45 degrees. All triangles constructed this way, though they may have different orientations, will be congruent.


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Constructing a 789 triangle.ggb
A more open ended activity where students create a triangle with three given side lengths. The triangles should be congruent by the SSS postulate.


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Looking for an ASA postulate.ggb
Students create a triangle with two given angles and an included angle and compare with classmates. All such constructed triangles will be congruent.


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McDonalds Problem.ggb
This is the template for determining the area inside the McDonalds symbol using parabolas and integration.


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Projectile to Orbit Simulator.ggb
This simulates and shows the trajectory of a projectile launched horizontally at a given height and speed above a planet. It demonstrates that parabolas (projectile motion) as well as elliptical and circular orbits of objects are possible given the right initial values for height and speed.


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Uniform Circular Motion  interactive di
Diagram showing that acceleration of an object in uniform circular motion points inward as the time interval between initial and final velocity approaches zero.


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falling ladder.ggb
This simulates a related rates problem in which a ladder slides down a vertical wall.


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mean value theorem.ggb
This is an exploration in which the user can visually locate the point identified by the mean value theorem in Calculus.


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rectangle in sqrtx.ggb
Related rates problem in Calculus in which a rectangle is inscribed beneath the curve y = sqrt(x)


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stackingheads.ggb
Visualization of geometric series using my head to represent all terms of the sequence.


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