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Does trigonometry still bring in the sweats? Or do you want to intuitively understand it? Whatever be the case, this interactive visualization provides a highly intuitive and visual understanding of all six Trigonometric functions, their properties and identities.
Game of Life
Can a simple set of rules give rise to complex behaviour? Conway's Game of Life is also based on a simple set of rules, put forth by John Conway in 1960s. From simple patterns like Gliders, to self replicating entities and Turing complete computers have been devised in Conway's universe.
Polynomial Regression is the process of fitting a bunch of points to a polynomial of a given order. It forms the basis for several Machine Learning algorithms. This simulation allows you to define your own points and find the best fit using the polynomial of the given degree.
A complex spatio-temporal model known to generate beautiful and intricate patterns! Reaction Diffusion systems have various uses in chemistry, physics, biology and ecology. This simulation allows you to draw on the canvas and watch both reaction and diffusion in action!
A salesman wants to cover all places of interest through the shortest path possible and without visiting the same place twice. What path should he follow? This deceptively simple looking problem becomes extremely diffucult to solve as the number of places increases!
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