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## D

### dal Double Pendulum

(E?)(L?) http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/~selinger/lagrange/

The Lagrange Applet simulates finite dimensional mechanical systems. Given expressions for the potential and kinetic energy of such a system, it solves the Lagrangian equation of motion to simulate how the system will behave.

• Double Pendulum,
• Double Spring,
• Spring Pendulum.

(E?)(L?) http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/~selinger/lagrange/doublependulum.html

Double Pendulum

This is the same double pendulum as before, but this time the outer mass leaves a trace on the canvas. You can turn the trace on and off by using the designated button. You can also change the physical parameters of the system by clicking on the button that says "Change Parameters". A window will pop up in which you can change the values of the two masses, the lengths of the two legs of the pendulum, and the amount of gravity. When you press "enter" or click the "Apply" button, your changes will be applied. The energy of the system will be recalculated, and if necessary, the scale will change, too.

You can also change the total energy of the system. The total energy is the sum of potential and kinetic energy. The potential energy can be positive or negative, but the kinetic energy must always be positive. Thus, the Applet will not allow you to set the total energy below the current value of the potential energy.
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Erstellt: 2011-11

## F

### Fields-Medaille, Fields Medal (W3)

Die "Fields-Medaille" trägt den Namen des Mathematikers "John C. Fields". Die Medaille wird alle 4 Jahre vergeben und ist die "International Medal for Outstanding Discoveries in Mathematics".

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The history of the "Fields Medal" begins in the Committee of the International Congress set up by the University of Toronto in November of 1923, with the purpose of organizing the 1924 Congress to be held in Toronto.

Fields was its chairman, and his colleague J.L.Synge the secretary. Although Fields probably conceived of the medal at some earlier time, the first recorded mention of it is in the minutes of a meeting of that committee on February 24, 1931 where it is “resolved that the sum of \$2,500 should be set apart for two medals to be awarded in connection with successive International Mathematical Congresses through an international committee appointed for such purpose initially by the executive of the International Mathematical Congress, but later by the International Mathematical Union”. The \$2,500 was evidently the balance on hand after all expenses of the 1924 Congress had been met.
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## L

### learnalberta.ca Math en direct

(E?)(L?) http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/mf5ed/html/Math5.html

Le document Math en direct a été élaboré par des employés/contractuels de Alberta Education en collaboration avec des contractuels/enseignants du Edmonton Catholic School District.

Alberta Education reconnaît la contribution des personnes suivantes à l'élaboration de la ressource multimédia Math en direct. Cette ressource a été réalisée grâce à une collaboration étroite entre la Learning Technologies Branch (LTB) et la Direction de l'éducation française (DÉF).

Erstellt: 2015-05

## M

Leider gibt es keinen Hinweis nach welchem "Madelung" die Konstante(n) benannt wurde(n).

(E?)(L1) http://pi.lacim.uqam.ca/eng/

1.747564594633182

### Mathematics (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematics

## U

### ubc Mathematical Applets

(E?)(L?) http://www.math.ubc.ca/~israel/

Some other links, in no particular order:
• UBC Math Computing Lab
• Favourite Mathematical Constants
• Inverse Symbolic Calculator
• Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
• Frequently Asked Questions in Mathematics
• Description of "Calculus the Maple Way"
• Calculus the Maple Way auxiliary files
• Selected Maple Users' Group answers
• Maple User Group archive
• Maple resources at Indiana University
• Recent Usenet postings
• Archives of sci.math.research newsgroup
• MG Graphics demo
• Mathematical Quotation Server
• Mathematical Theory of Big Game Hunting

(E?)(L?) http://www.math.ubc.ca/~israel/applet/

• Plot Function and Derivative
• Direction Field Plotter
• Newton's Applet (Equation solver)
• Differential Equations Calculator
• Beats and Resonance
• Forced Damped Vibration
• Matrix Calculator
• Phase Plane Plotter

Erstellt: 2011-10

### uregina Centrale des Maths

(E?)(L?) http://centraledesmaths.uregina.ca/

(E?)(L?) http://centraledesmaths.uregina.ca/RR/main

Explorer - Parcourez les ressources selon le niveau d’instruction et le volet du programme d’études.

élémentaire
• intermédiaire secondaire
• Les nombres et les opérations
• La résolution de problèmes
• La mesure
• La gestion et l'analyse de données
• La géométrie
• L'intégration
• L'histoire des mathématiques
• L'évaluation
• Général
• Tous les volets
intermédiaire
• Les nombres et les opérations
• Le rapport et la proportion
• La résolution de problèmes
• La gestion et l'analyse de données
• La géométrie et la mesure
• L'intégration
• L'histoire des mathématiques
• L'évaluation
• L'algèbre
• Général
• Tous les volets
secondaire
• Les nombres et les opérations
• Les fonctions
• Les équations et la résolution de problèmes
• Le calcul intégral
• La trigonométrie
• La gestion des données et les mathématiques pour les consommateurs
• La géométrie
• L'intégration
• L'histoire des mathématiques
• L'évaluation
• L'algèbre
• Général
• Tous les volets