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Project Description 

This is a Math quiz that
tests vocabulary and basic concepts. It is a 10 question quiz and the
user is scored at the end. This program is made in Flash. 

Perfect Projectiles is an educational program
designed to help physics students with projectile problems. The user inputs
a speed value and a value for angle of fire into the program and the program
returns values of how high the object would go, how far, and how long it
would be in the air. All values are measured in the metric system, but the
program helps out by giving a conversion from mph to meters/second. 

The Radian Game is an easy game for anyone
in a Trigonometry or Calculus class. It was designed as a practice program
for radian problems. The object of the game is to answer the question by
clicking on the appropriate coordinate for the given radian. 

The object of this game is to improve your
math vocabulary skills. Math definitions are displayed and the user clicks
on the correct definition. The program keeps track of how many points the
user scores. 

This project is designed to help the user
have a better understanding of the distance formula. It reviews the distance
formula and then provides some practice problems that calculate distances
between objects in the solar system. 

This quiz teaches basic high school math
skills for Algebra, dealing with the graphs of the linear shape, parabolic
shape, hyperbolic shape, sinusoidal shape, and tangent shape. This quiz
will also test your knowledge of the graphs' equations. It has both multiple
choice and matching questions. 

This project is a cartoon with many different
math problems to try to make math seem creative and interesting. Using different
backgrounds and scenes allows the user to take different paths, depending
on the answers they choose. I tried to use a lot of color and creative images
to catch the users eye. I figured a silent cartoon would bore the user so
I added sounds to the buttons and the graphics. Be sure to turn your computer's
sound on. 

This project demonstrates the amplitude in
relation to the graph of a Sin function. To use the project: click on the
"graph" button next to the equation you would like to see graphed.


In this game you'll be allowed to answer
a 10 question quiz that will evaluate your answer with a number score. You
must be careful; If you continue to answer the same question wrong, then
the number wrong will increase. HAVE FUN! 

This game was programmed in mx flash and
covers regular calculus problems. The first is a problem finding the integral
through substitution, or with the aid of a calculator. The second problem
is a common halflife problem dealing with exponential depletion. 

This program was designed to help with the
equations of the surface areas and volumes of objects like squares and spheres.
Press the about button to find out more about this program, press the Quiz
Me button to take a short 3 question quiz on the areas and volumes of some
objects, press start to begin the program. 

The objective in this game is to simply match
the symbols, at the bottom, to the mathmatic terms above, as they appear.
To do so click on the symbol that you believe goes with the word given.
If you are correct, the symbol will disappear and your next word will come
up. If you are incorrect, the screen will stay as is and you must try again.


The purpose of this project is to help high
school students with their math vocabulary skills. If you feel confident
in yourself, and you don't feel like reading, then you can jump right into
the quiz by clicking on the Quiz button in the main page. But if you would
like to learn something and actually study, you might want to click on the
Review button in the main page. 