I recently realized that I have a tonne of different math mini-applications that I’ve built over the years, and I will need to take the time to catalog them at some stage (note that some of these will just not run in Internet Explorer). For now, here’s a list of the ones that might be useful, in no particular order:

**Graph Game**(students play with distance-time graphs)**24 solver**(solves the**game of 24**)**Algebra solver****Calculator****Sierpinsky’s Carpet****Chinese remainder theorem calculator****Arbitrary precision division calculator****Simulator**for the**Drake Equation****Quadratic equation factoring calculator****Compass demonstration****Labyrinth game****A simulation**of**John Conway’s game of life****A game around estimating the size of operations**with two fractions**Sierpinsky’s Gasket simulation****Gaussian operation calculator**(intended to allow students to experiment with matrix operations)- A
**simple game**around comparing sizes of fractions - An
**interactive spinning cube** **Simulation of a game involving two dice**being rolled repeatedly.- A
**simple block game**for younger kids - An implementation of (a simplified version of)
**Logo in the browser** **A simulation**of the classic problem: how many cereal boxes do you need to buy to get all 6 toys?- An overly simplified
**disease spreading simulation** **Factor tree calculator****F = ma simulator**(for forces)- A
**symbolic logic calculator** - An
**interactive multiplication calculator** - Visual
**Venn diagram tester** **Koch snowflake animation**- A
**Canadian mortgage calculator** **The factors game!****Puzzle generator****Rolling dice**- The classic game of
**Towers of Hanoi** **Simple typing game**- An online variant of the classic
**Countdown game**