These programs were written to demonstrate math concepts in a fun way: fractals, Monte Carlo methods, etc. Some of these are classic examples from textbooks and others were intended for educational purposes.

All of these programs are written in JavaScript and HTML5. Please take a look at the source code, copy it for yourself and make your own edits.

PROGRAM | DATE POSTED | DESCRIPTION |
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FRACTREE | 02/13/19 | Draw fractal trees |

LONGDIV | 03/19/20 | Step-by-step explanation of long division |

MULTQUIZ | 02/03/19 | Multiplication quiz for products up to 9x9 |

PALINDRO | 03/21/20 | Find palindrome numbers through repeated addition |

PIART | 03/20/22 | Creating art from the digits of pi |

PIDAY | 03/15/19 | Approximating Pi using Monte Carlo methods |

PIDAY2021 | 03/13/21 | Approximating Pi with multiple infinite series |

PIDAY2022 | 03/15/22 | Calculating Pi digit by digit with a spigot algorithm |

PRIMES | 06/24/21 | Find prime numbers using the Sieve of Eratosthenes |

TRIANGLE | 02/12/19 | Draw Sierpinski triangle fractals |