  3. Geometria  By:  GeoCentral  License:  Commercial  URL:  http://www.geocentral.net/geometria/  Description:  With Geometria, learning high school math is easier than ever. Its comfortable graphic interface lets you perform various actions upon solids as if holding them in your hands.

4. Orbital library  By:  Andre Platzer  License:  OpenSource  URL:  http://www.functologic.com/orbital/index.html  Description:  The Orbital library is a class library providing objectoriented representations and algorithms for logic, mathematics and artificial intelligence. It comprises theorem proving, computer algebra, search and planning, as well as machine learning algorithms.

5. JEP  By:  Singular Systems  License:  Commercial  URL:  http://www.singularsys.com/jep/  Description:  JEP is a Java API for parsing and evaluating mathematical expressions. With this library you can allow your users to enter an arbitrary formula as a string, and instantly evaluate it. JEP supports user defined variables, constants, and functions. A number of common mathematical functions and constants are included.

6. AutoAbacus  By:  Singular Systems  License:  Commercial  URL:  http://www.singularsys.com/autoabacus/index.html  Description:  AutoAbacus is a powerful calculator that helps you solve mathematics problems using equation solving. It allows you to focus on describing your problem rather than instructing the computer what to do. You can simply enter the equations and variable values that model your problem and let AutoAbacus find the solution.

7. jScience  By:  The jScience Consortium  License:  OpenSource  URL:  http://jscience.org/  Description:  jScience  JavaTM Tools and Libraries for the Advancement of Sciences.

8. Java Components For Mathematics  By:  Hobart and William Smith Colleges  License:  OpenSource  URL:  http://math.hws.edu/javamath/  Description:  THE "Java Components For Mathematics" project represents an effort to develop a framework of configurable mathematical software components written in the Java programming language. Our Java components are meant to be used on instructional Web pages as interactive illustrations, specialpurpose calculators, support for exercises, and so forth. The components in Version 1 are mostly useful for calculus and precalculus and for science courses that use some of the same material. They use Java 1.1, and so will not work in some older browsers that support only Java 1.0.

9. Triana  By:  Cardiff University  License:  OpenSource  URL:  http://www.triana.co.uk/  Description:  An open source problem solving environment developed at Cardiff University that combines an intuitive visual interface with powerful data analysis tools. Already used by scientists for a range of tasks, such as signal, text and image processing, Triana includes a large library of prewritten analysis tools and the ability for users to easily integrate their own tools.

10. Abacus Math Writer  By:  Sirius Computer Consultants  License:  Commercial  URL:  http://www.jpowered.com/mathwriter/index.htm  Description:  MathWriter is a standalone program that allows for the production of Mathematical, Scientific and Engineering equations and formulae.

