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June 11, 2005, 9:17 am
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I wrote a system that could display a process of simplification of a
math formula as an animation/cartoon. It is targeted towards children.
Example is at
Check out second to last image, it is a cartoon of how to simplify
You can see it directly at
The idea is that it will be used for my free tutoring system. Any
tutor explaining a math problem or writing a lesson, could easily
write a simple expression that would draw a "math cartoon". It is
In the case of the above cartoon, it could be defined as
highlight( (x-y)/(x+2) )
As I said, it already works. Some feedback will be appreciated. I am
chromatographically challenged and will appreciate feedback on color
This will, eventually, be a part of the simplifier that I am writing,
but right now it will be used by humans solving problems manually and
wanting their solution to be fun and good looking.
Re: My new mathematical cartoons (related to simplification)
I was redirected to algebra.com from tinyurl. It goes by too fast for my
old eyes. I would suggest the original problem and an explanation of
factoring, and the next step and an explanation of further factoring and
the next step... Probably with a next button to trigger the next step.
Fascinating though. It's certainly a proof of concept that's worth
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