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HonorsPre-Calc--Lesiecki dumped with WikiTeam tools.

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AP-Calc-08 dumped with WikiTeam tools.

Topics: wiki, wikiteam, wikispaces, AP-Calc-08, ap-calc-08, ap-calc-08.wikispaces.com

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This tool calculates loan and mortgage repayment amounts, monthly and total interest, and total repayments and generates a full repayment list from a start date. It is currency-independent and lets you select both period and interest compounding from continuous (compounding only), weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually and annually. You can save all the repayment lists to a text file or an Excel sheet.

Topics: Loan Calc, Business, Calculation, Loan calculators, Loan Calc

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This is intended to be a replacement for the Microsoft calculator that comes with Windows. It includes support for basic math (+,-,*,/ etc.); exponents and square roots; points (slope-intercept, point-slope, etc.); advanced quadratic formula options; shape formulas (circle, square, kite, polygon, triangle, etc.); 3D shape formulas (triangular prism, cone, etc.); metric/imperial conversions; percentages (decimal to fraction, etc.); five slots of memory with shortcut keys.

Topics: Ultra Calc, Business, Education and reference, Math, Ultra Calc

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WRHSPre-Calc dumped with WikiTeam tools.

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Electrical Load Calc Pro

Topic: Electrical Load Calc Pro

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This is a collection of mathematical tools for high school and university. The calculator can do statistics, best fits, function plotting and integration. It handles vectors, matrices, complex numbers, coordinates, regular polygons and intersections. For objects, distances and intersections are calculated. Cartesian, spherical and cylindrical coordinates can be transformed.

Topics: Calc 3D Pro, Business, Calculation, Scientific calculators, Calc 3D Pro

console calculator This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for calc . Website of the upstream project: http://www.isthe.com/chongo/tech/comp/calc/ License: GPL See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, calc

Backup of Atari ST software Publisher: Timeworks Product: SwiftCalc ST Type: Productivity Description: A powerful, easy-to-use electronic spreadsheet designed for home and business use.

Topics: Atari, ST, spreadsheet, calc

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This model shows the volume below z=16-x^2-2y^2 and above the square [0,2]x[0,2]. The height was also scaled down by a factor of four. The equation for the paraboloid is found on the bottom of the model. Together with Volume by 16 & 64 French Fries, this shows how a double Riemann sum can approximate a volume. (See https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:917032 and http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:917118.) This model was designed and printed by my WLU summer research student Ryan McDonnell ('17).

Topics: Multivariable_Calc, thingiverse, stl, Math

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WRHSHonors-Pre-calc dumped with WikiTeam tools.

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This is a model of the graph of a degree-3 function of two variables with indented gridlines. The STL file gives a solid model to be used as mold for thermoformed plastic. Because of these, the edges are rounded and the sides are beveled. This model was inspired by the [Raising Calculus to the Surface](http://raisingcalculus.winona.edu/) project, and is used as part of the [Manipulative Calculus](http://www.manipulativecalculus.com) project at Harvard University. The model was designed entirely...

Topics: thingiverse, Multivariable_Calc, Math, stl

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Apr 13, 2021
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Wedge 2 represents the volume enclosed by z=0, x=0, y=0, z=1-x^2, and y=1-x. The equations are printed on the model. The classic Multivariable Calculus problem asks one to express the volume of this volume using a triple integral in six different orders. This model was designed and printed by my WLU summer research student Ryan McDonnell ('17). Details of the construction can be found at http://mathvis.academic.wlu.edu/2015/06/26/exercise-32/. Update 2/26/2016: I've rescaled the model so it...

Topics: thingiverse, stl, Multivariable_Calc, Math

Spreadsheet application for LibreOffice. This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for libreoffice-calc . Website of the upstream project: http://www.libreoffice.org/ License: LGPL3 See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, libreoffice-calc

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Mar 21, 2021
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Elizabeth Denne (dennedesigns)

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We approximate the volume below the surface z=16-x^2-2y^2 and above the square [0,2]x[0,2] with a double Riemann sum. We take the [0,2]x[0,2] square and subdivide it into 64 smaller squares, then create a rectangular prism by choosing the height to be the function value in the center of the square. The height was also scaled down by a factor of four. The resulting collection looks like a bunch of french fries! Together with Volume by 16 & no French Fries, this shows how a double Riemann sum...

Topics: Multivariable_Calc, thingiverse, stl, Math

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Apr 14, 2021
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Elizabeth Denne (dennedesigns)

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Here is a set of coordinate axes for 3-dimensional space. The ends of the axes have been labeled with x, y, and z. They have been made so that many of the models (Wedges 1 & 2, Volumes by French Fries) will fit into them. This model was designed and printed by my WLU summer research student Ryan McDonnell ('17).

Topics: thingiverse, stl, Multivariable_Calc, Math

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Apr 15, 2021
04/21

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Elizabeth Denne (dennedesigns)

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This model shows the volume below the surface z=sin(x)cos(y), above the xy-plane and inside the rectangle [0,pi/2]x[0,pi/2]. This model pairs nicely with two other models Volume: slices x constant and Volume: slices y constant as an illustration of Fubini's Theorem and iterated integration. See http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:928461 and http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:928463. This model was designed and printed by my WLU summer research student Ryan McDonnell ('17).

Topics: Multivariable_Calc, Math, thingiverse, stl

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Weerstra-pre-calc dumped with WikiTeam tools.

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Do calculations in rofi This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for rofi-calc . Website of the upstream project: https://github.com/svenstaro/rofi-calc License: MIT See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, rofi-calc

Nemo calculator This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for glacier-calc . Website of the upstream project: https://github.com/nemomobile-ux/glacier-calc License: LGPL See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, glacier-calc

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Update 2/26/2016. Thanks to DesignMakeTeach for pointing out that my original file had the equations incorrectly labeled. The correct version is now up: tetrahedron_1_2016.stl This model is the tetrahedron defined by equations x+2y+z=2, x=2y, z=0, and x=0. The equations are printed on the model. This model was designed and printed by my WLU summer research student Ryan McDonnell ('17). See http://mathvis.academic.wlu.edu/2015/07/14/tetrahedra/ for more information.

Topics: Multivariable_Calc, Math, thingiverse, stl

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The volume below the surface z=sin(x)cos(y), above the xy-plane and inside the rectangle [0,pi/2]x[0,pi/2] is approximated by 8 slices, where the x-value has been held constant at the midpoint of each sub-interval (so x=pi/32, 3pi/32, ... , 15pi/32). This is an illustration of Fubini's Theorem and iterated integration. This model pairs nicely with Volume: slices y constant and Volume: no slices. See http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:928463 and http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:928456. This model...

Topics: Multivariable_Calc, Math, thingiverse, stl

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Apr 14, 2021
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We approximate the volume below z=16-x^2-2y^2 and above the square [0,2]x[0,2] with a double Riemann sum. We take the [0,2]x[0,2] square and subdivide it into 16 smaller squares, then create a rectangular prism by choosing the height to be the function value in the center of the square. The height was also scaled down by a factor of four. The resulting collection looks like a bunch of french fries! Together with Volume by 64 & no French Fries, this shows how a double Riemann sum can...

Topics: thingiverse, stl, Multivariable_Calc, Math

Calculator for the Mate desktop environment This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for mate-calc . Website of the upstream project: http://mate-desktop.org License: GPL See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, mate-calc

Collection of manuals for ViewCALC the spreadsheet software for MSX.

Topics: MSX, msx view, turbo R, turboR, viewCALC, spreadsheet, manual, view calc, View CALC

Texas Instrument Book: ti994a-calc

Topics: calc, cell, goto, spreadsheet, program, command, enter, cassette, press, active, active cell,...

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Mar 18, 2021
03/21

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This is a thickened hyperboloid of one sheet, described by *z*^2 + 1 = *x*^2 + *y*^2, -2.5

Topics: Math, thingiverse, Multivariable_Calc, stl

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Mar 21, 2021
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The volume below the surface z=sin(x)cos(y), above the xy-plane and inside the rectangle [0,pi/2]x[0,pi/2] is approximated by 8 slices, where the y-value has been held constant at the midpoint of each sub-interval (so y=pi/32, 3pi/32, ... , 15pi/32). This is an illustration of Fubini's Theorem and iterated integration. This model pairs nicely with Volume: slices x constant and Volume: no slices. See http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:928461 and http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:928456. This model...

Topics: Multivariable_Calc, thingiverse, stl, Math

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Update 2/26/2015 Thanks to DesignMakeTeach for suggestions for improving this model. I've redone the model with these in mind. New file is tetrahedron_keller_2016.stl. This model is the tetrahedron defined by equations y=−6, z=0, z=x+4, and 2x+y+z=4. The equations are printed on the model. This model was designed and printed by my WLU summer research student Ryan McDonnell ('17). See http://mathvis.academic.wlu.edu/2015/07/14/tetrahedra/ for more information.

Topics: Multivariable_Calc, Math, thingiverse, stl

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Jan 18, 2021
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This set of things provide examples of graphs of mulitvariable functions. This page is meant to complement the paper "3D Printed Manipulatives in a Multivariable Calculus Classroom" which will appear in PRIMUS. The three functions used here are: * *f*(*x*,*y*) = *x*^2+*y*^2 * *f*(*x*,*y*) = *xy* * *f*(*x*,*y*) = 2*xe*^(-*x*^2-*y*^2)

Topics: Math, thingiverse, Multivariable_Calc, stl, Calculus

Spreadsheet application for LibreOffice maintenance branch This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for libreoffice-still-calc . Website of the upstream project: http://www.libreoffice.org/ License: LGPL3 See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, libreoffice-still-calc

Perl/CPAN Module Color::Calc : Simple calculations with RGB colors This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for perl-color-calc . Website of the upstream project: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Color-Calc License: PerlArtistic See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, perl-color-calc

Manuals: Contributions Inbox

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Este manual nos introduce en el manejo de las tres aplicaciones más usadas de la suite ofimática libre OpenOffice.org: Writer (Procesador de Textos), Calc (Hojas de Cálculo) e Impress (Presentaciones multimedia). El manual va avanzando capítulo a capítulo en las herramientas y usos prácticos de cada aplicación.

Topics: manual, openoffice, openoffice.org, writer, calc, impress

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Jun 20, 2021
06/21

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Three solid figures that could be defined in cylindrical or spherical coordinates. In cylindrical coordinates (where *r* is distance to the *z*-axis), the figures can be described by Region 1: 0 < *z* < 1, *z*^2 + *r*^2 < 2 Region 2: 0 < *z* < *r*, *z*^2 + *r*^2 < 2 Region 3: 0 < *z*, 1 < *r*, *z*^2 + *r*^2 < 2 It is useful for a multivariable calculus student to think about how to calculate triple integrals over these three regions using cylindrical or spherical...

Topics: thingiverse, Math, stl, Multivariable_Calc, openscad

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Apr 27, 2021
04/21

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These models are examples of student work on a project on special relativity in a multivariable calculus class. The first, `lightcone.stl` is a schematic model of a light cone (represented with two spatial dimensions, plus time), illustrating where in space time one can get to under the restriction that one cannot travel faster than light. The second gives a possible resolution to the Ehrenfest Paradox: what happens if you try to spin a solid disk at relativistic speeds? The paradox lies in the...

Topics: relativity, thingiverse, stl, Math, Multivariable_Calc

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Classic Calculator Extracted From Windows XP Version 5.1 For Windows XP through Windows 10 (1809) Or Linux with WINE

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Topics: calculator, calc, exe, microsoft, windows, linux

Perl module for Gregorian calendar date calculations This item contains old versions of the Arch Linux package for perl-date-calc . Website of the upstream project: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Date-Calc/ License: PerlArtistic See the Arch Linux Archive documentation for details.

Topics: archlinux, archlinux package, perl-date-calc

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Jun 20, 2021
06/21

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Stepan Paul (stepanp21)

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This is a model of the solid region defined by *y*^2 < *z* < 9-(*x*^2+*y*^2) It is useful practice for multivariable calculus students to think about how one might set up the integration bounds for such a solid. In particular, the cross-sections are not easy to visualize and there are no planar faces. To interface with a physical vertical *z*-axis, there is an option to have a hole down the middle. This model was designed as part of the [Manipulative...

Topics: thingiverse, Math, stl, Multivariable_Calc, openscad

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Dec 4, 2020
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3D Calc+ v2.16 (1MB 1991-09-19, Frank Schoonjans) Imaged with KryoFlux v3.00 on a Mitsumi D359T5 You can rename a .MFM.img file produced by KyroFlux to .st which works with Steem

Topics: 3D Calc+, Frank Schoonjans, KryoFlux, Atari ST

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Apr 16, 2021
04/21

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Elizabeth Denne (dennedesigns)

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This model shows the volume of intersection between the sphere x^2+y^2+z^2=2 and z=x^2+y^2. One .stl file has the equations imprinted on the surface, the other does not. This file was designed and printed by my WLU summer research student Ryan McDonell ('17).

Topics: paraboloid, Math, thingiverse, stl, Multivariable_Calc, sphere

Manuals: Contributions Inbox

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Feb 12, 2010
02/10

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Matías Andrés Beade, Mario Martín Sbarbaro, Néstor Gabriel Flores, Dardo Sordi Bogado, Enzo Adrián Bernardi, Jorge Adrián Chiavaro Alles y Mario Oscar Puntin.

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Completo manual en Español para aprender los fundamentos de la suite ofimática libre OpenOffice.org. Se tratan los temas relacionados con Writer, Calc, Impress, Dray y Math.

Topics: manual, openoffice, openoffice.org, writer, calc, impress, base

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Jan 18, 2021
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Stepan Paul (stepanp21)

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This cone is part of a lesson for a multivariable calculus class in which students learn how to make sense of a function whose domain is a surface in three dimensions. The cone is meant to model the surface defined in cylindrical coordinates by the equation *z*=*r*. This page is meant to complement the paper "3D Printed Manipulatives in a Multivariable Calculus Classroom" which will appear in PRIMUS.

Topics: Math, cone, thingiverse, Multivariable_Calc, stl, Calculus

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Nov 8, 2004
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This calculator includes an expression evaluator that allows you to enter entire equations rather than one operation at a time as on normal calculators. It also has a variable stack that lets you assign values to variables for use later. Commonly used equations can also be stored later use.

Topics: SuperCalc, Business, Calculation, Generic calculators, super calc

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Jun 20, 2021
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These are wireframe representations of a paraboloid and a disk. These were designed to help teach concepts of surface parametrization, flux, and Stokes' Theorem in multivariable calculus. This model was designed as part of the [Manipulative Calculus](http://www.manipulativecalculus.com) project at Harvard University.

Topics: thingiverse, Math, stl, wireframe, Multivariable_Calc, openscad

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Mar 10, 2021
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These are two surfaces used in a lesson published by Margaret Reese (citation below). The lesson gives students the formulas for the surfaces of two "mountains": *f*(*x*,*y*) = 100 - 2*x* 2 - *y* 2 *g*(*x*,*y*) = 100 + 3*x* 2 - 2*y* 2 Students are then asked to use the use the tools of mutlivariable calculus and differential equations to find (for a given starting point): 1. The steepest possible path up the mountain 2. A path which ascends the mountain at 50% of the maximum possible...

Topics: mathematics, Math, stl, thingiverse, Multivariable_Calc, gradient

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Jun 10, 2021
06/21

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This is a thickened paraboloid, described by *z* = *x*^2 + *y*^2, *z* < 4 The source code in OpenSCAD is attached. This model was designed as part of the [Manipulative Calculus](http://www.manipulativecalculus.com) project at Harvard University.

Topics: openscad, paraboloid, Math, thingiverse, Multivariable_Calc, stl

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Apr 16, 2021
04/21

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Elizabeth Denne (dennedesigns)

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This is the curve parametrized by x=cos(t), y=sin(t), z=1/(1+t^2) from t=-2pi to t=2pi. One .stl file has the equations on the curve, the second does not. This model was designed and printed by my WLU summer research student Ryan McDonnell ('17).

Topics: Math, thingiverse, stl, Multivariable_Calc, Parametrized_curve

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Jeffco-Virtual-Lesson-Study-Calc dumped with WikiTeam tools.

Topics: wiki, wikiteam, wikispaces, Jeffco-Virtual-Lesson-Study-Calc, jeffco-virtual-lesson-study-calc,...

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May 20, 2021
05/21

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These models are examples of surfaces that have a nonremovable discontinuity at the origin. They are examples I use in one of my lessons for my Multivariable Calculus class. **Infinity Surface** has the equation z = y/(x^2 + y^2). At (0,0) you can find limits of 0, infinity, and negative infinity. **Pinched Surface** has the equation z = 2xy/(x^2 + y^2). At (0,0) you can find limits of 0, 1 and -1. Created with Mathematica. **Infinity Surface** approximately 102 x 102 x 102 mm. Printed with...

Topics: maths, mathematics, surfaces, thingiverse, Calculus, abbymath, Mathematica, Multivariable_Calc,...