With this in mind, we would like each of you to pick some medium sized project to work on over the course of this week. It may be something that you're already working on from home, or just some simpler version of something you want to do more of in the future. Use the lab time to work on your project, using the techniques presented in the lectures, and consulting with each other and the course instructors. Feel free to work either alone or in groups.

If you don't have a specific project in mind already, you might choose something like one of the following:

- Create a Web version of a mathematics paper that contains special symbols, formulas, and pictures. Make use of links to provide references to definitions of terms, proofs of theorems, and/or footnotes.
- Create a collection of Web pages which might be used as
a lab in a calculus or algebra course. Include some
introductory text, some pictures and possibly animations
giving examples, and a form/script page or pages which
allow the students to create their own examples and
or graphs. Some possible topics might be:
- Graphing in polar coordinates
- Conic sections
- Other...

Install the main Web page associated
with your project in the file `~public_html/Project/welcome.html`

,
and put any other associated files in the directory
`~public_html/Project/`

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Last modified: Sun Jun 2 19:01:48 1996