Teaching Resources | Triangles | Linear Patterns | Trigonometric Projections | Linear Programming | Lissajous Investigation |

Please note that the link below leads to a set of pages that are intended to be used independently of the rest of the pages on this site. Because of this they do not contain any links back to this page. Please either use the back button to get back here, or open the link in a new tab (or a new window, if your browser does not support tabs).

These pages present a hands-on introduction to linear programming, part of the year 12 Applicable Mathematics curriculum. They are not intended to be used instead of formal lessons or using a text book, but as a supplement to give students another way of exploring this sometimes thorny subject material.

Note: These pages are based on the JSP applet from Key Curriculum Press. They require a web browser that correctly supports Java applets. Note that some Java Virtual Machines are not standards-compliant and may fail to run the JSP applet. If this occurs, I recommend obtaining a replacement JVM directly from the Sun Java site.

Teaching Resources | Triangles | Linear Patterns | Trigonometric Projections | Linear Programming | Lissajous Investigation |