First, we'd like to thank ThinkQuest for giving us the opportunity to explore our computer and math skills (if you can call them "skills") in creating a useful educational site. This site earned an Honorable Mention in the 1998 competition and the GEM Award in 2000.
Second, we'd like to thank Mr. Hollist, who signed all those forms for us. :-)
Next, we'd like to thank our parents and families for putting up with us "morons" and the hours we spent staring mindlessly (or so it seemed to them) at computer monitors late into the night.
We would also like to thank everyone who has visited the site and provided feedback. A special thanks goes to the "regulars" on the message boards who have helped make this site a useful resource to many people.
For a few more detailed credits, follow any of the links below to go to the section you'd like to see.
Matt's Script Archive
provided the message board CGI.
Thanks to Texas Instruments for their "brains" (calculators). Go to their education site to download programs and resources for your brain. You can also visit c2 coding and ticalc.org.
Thanks to chemistry teacher Mr. Stevens for letting us take the above mentioned book from him.
Thanks to our calculus lab teacher, Mrs. Agrapides, for letting us take her doorstop (the above mentioned book).
We also used The ShawNotes(TM) - Pre-Calculus ed. and The ShawNotes(TM) - AB Calculus Study Notes, compiled by J.M. Shaw w/contributions by M. Agripides and G. Taylor for reference.
Thanks to Mrs. Larsen for putting up with Garrett and John in her class along with a whole slew of hooligans such as Lemon®, Crookston, Russ, the kid named Jon Schaefer, and Ashby (the kid who could scare a social worker). A special thanks to Mrs. Larsen for having her early morning study sessions that helped us out immensely.
Since Pre-Calc and Calc were the most fun math classes we took during our high school "careers,", a special thanks goes to Mr. Shaw, Mr. Taylor, and Mrs. Agrapides for keeping us interested in math. Shaw kept us coming to class, if not for math, to see what antics he could come up with that day. (Chalk-throwing was our favorite). Taylor kept calc. interesting because he was able to explain it, even when it got really confusing. Agrapides, well . . . at least we were on task. :-) No, really, lab's been a great class!
Thanks to Jane, Travis (O.D.D.), Jeff, J.D., and Jared for making calc. an entertaining and fun class.