This is a suite of 22 revision aid programs + tools I wrote...
You can download the compiled version (msInstaller) here
+ the zipped source code for the 22 applications here.
Direct link to my website where you can download the individual apps source code
My Algebraic Equations program formulates questions for you to answer, + has a scoring system to keep track of your progress:
My Geometric Shapes + Angles + Areas program is another old one from 2009:
This is my Transformations program, written in early 2012. There are 4 different types of transformation:
This is my Divisors program, written to find all possible divisors of a user entered integer:
Here’s my Prime Number Finder. You choose how many prime numbers to find + what number to start at:
This is my Simplified Fractions program + my Decimal to Fraction program:
This is my -/+ (Positive/Negative) Effects program that demonstrates the effects of performing mathematical operations on positive + negative numbers:
This is my Mean, Median, + Mode calculator:
This is my Square Root Finder, that uses the pre calculator method of determining the square root of a number:
This program (on the left) converts Weights + Measures + outputs in Scientific Notation. The program on the right converts numbers between decimals + Scientific Notation + vice versa:
This program is a Significant Figures quiz:
This program is a Wallpaper Calculator tool:
This program is a Mixed Numbers Division + Multiplication program, with random formulated questions + a scoring system:
This is an UnDoing quiz program, where you must work backwards from the answer to find the value of X:
This is a Patterns program where you can display various types of pattern + number pattern in a grid comprised of hexagonal cells:
These are 2 tanGram programs, first an analytical look at the tanGram, + an interactive tanGram Shapes game:
This is an Areas + Volumes Converter with graphical conversion solution:
This is a Factorial Calculator:
Finally (for now), a Temperature Converter:
.paul Superb article.
Thanks for the comment
Very interesting collection!
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Paul, sorry I missed this article from September. I think maybe I should work with you and add some of my code to the tools. I have some binary conversion code already and I can create a ip v4 address subnet calculator (takes a bit longer to do then the binary conversion).
I'm working on version 2 now...
I never really considered collaboration. It was intended to group together the Maths apps I'd written, as I was looking back at them during the course of a University Module.
here's a screenshot of the latest progress on version 2:
I'd be interested to see your ip v4 address subnet calculator...