Animated Mathematics

About This Website

This website shall (i) explain mathematical concepts visually when possible, (ii) have clear examples that shows all the algebraic steps, and (iii) practice questions and complete solutions. The interactive power of a website will be used to explain concepts which are hard to understand from reading a textbook or listening to someones explanation. This website shall encourage students to solve problems on paper without a calculator.

What's New?

Some Lesson Plans for Teachers

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How to use this website

The sections are meant to be done in the order they are shown. The examples are very visual and you are recommended to go through these interactive examples and learn visually rather than memorising steps. The exercises are done paper and you can check your solution with the solution provided by the website. This site will encourage you to show your working out clearly.

New Posts 2021

Assemble the Unit Circle Exercise 29 May

A gentle introduction to the unit circle 20 April

New Posts 2018

Line and quadratic equation intersection investigation 27 February

calculus proof for area of circle Early February

Differentiation: Maxima and Minima 8 January

New Posts 2017

Differentiation of f(x)=xn first principles 27 December

First Principles Differentiation Christmas Day

Ambigous Case: Cosine Rule Solution

Graphing |f(x)| and f(|x|)

Riemann Sums

Integral Test and P-Series

TOK of Maclaurin Expansions

A Mathematical Formulation of TOK