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Free Websites for Creating Solids with Known Cross Sections

One concept that calculus students struggle with is volumes of solids with known cross sections. These three-dimensional solids, formed by slicing a region along specific planes, often leave our students bewildered. In this blog post, I will share several free and user-friendly websites that can aid both teachers and …

Free Websites for Creating Volumes of Revolution

Visualizing the volume of a solid of revolution can pose a significant challenge for calculus students. In this blog post, I will share several free and user-friendly websites and programs that can help students visualize the 3D solids created.