tools include a spreadsheet and a computer algebra
system (CAS) that produces tables and graphs of functions,
manipulates algebraic expressions (including matrices),
and solves equations and inequalities.
tools include a dynamic drawing tool for constructing,
measuring, manipulating, and transforming geometric figures;
and a simple object-oriented programming language useful
for creating animation effects. The user can operate in
two or three dimensions using coordinate or coordinate-free
tools include tools for graphic display and analysis
of univariate and bivariate data, simulation of probabilistic
situations, and mathematical modeling of quantitative relationships.
Math tools includes tools for discrete mathematical
modeling, including constructing, manipulating, and analyzing
vertex-edge graphs and their representations as adjacency
Tools and their functionality are organized by course to focus on the intended mathematics and to reduce the steepness of the learning curve. (View the Web-based CPMP-Tools HELP system. Updated 9.05.14)
Tools share similar menu screens and interface promoting learning transfer from one tool to another.
Tools are built using Java WebStart, which permits safe, easy, and reliable distribution of software and software updates across different types of computers.
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