Boolean Algebra 
This is an exercise on
Boolean algebra (it includes only the AND and the OR
operations).

Car Inventory 
This application is
used to review a list of objects; in this case, the objects are
cars. The application uses two track bars. 
College Park AutoRepair 
A data grid view is used to display a collection of values. This application explores some
of its features. 
Compounded Interest 
The compounded interest is the
amount of money paid as interest on a loan. 
Elementary
Addition 
This small application can help you check your
ability to perform simple additions of natural numbers (integers
between 0 and 99). 
Elementary operations 
This
application can let a kid practice such operations as the
addition, the subtraction, and the multiplication. 
HTML Body Tag
Formatter 
This application explores the properties of
scroll bars. 
Simple Interest 1 
This
example explores the implementation of a button control. 
Simple Interest 2 
This application uses a date/time picker
to select a date value to reduce the likelihood of mistakes. 

Movie Review 
This application shows how to use a domain up/down to
visit the members of an array, retrieve its members and display
their values. 
Payroll Evaluation 
This example uses some of the features of a text box, including autocompletion. 
Pledge Distribution 
This example uses
a combination of three spin buttons to distribute one value in
three portions. 
Progress Clock 
This is an example of an
application that uses the progress bar to display the current
time. It gets the actual time from the computer. 
Color Selector 
This example shows how to use the
GetPixel() method of the
Bitmap class to get the color of a
pixel.

Road Traffic Animation 
This example shows how to move an object from one side of the screen to the other side. 
Metro System 
This example shows how to change the
direction of a moving object. 
Continually Moving Lines 
This example illustrates two perpendicular lines drawn
on a form but continually moving from one side to another. 
Collision Detection I 
This is our first example of
object collision. It uses shapes of Microsoft Visual Basic Power
Packs. 
Collision Detection II 
This is another example
of collision detection. This one uses the the picture box to
represent the objects that are moving. 

Factorial, Permutation, Combination 
As the title indicates, this example has
three methods used to calculate the factorial, the permutation,
and the combination, respectively.

Percentage Conversions 
This application shows how to convert a decimal value or
a fraction to a percentage, or how to find the decimal value of
a percentage. 
Measures of Center 
These are examples of routine
calculations made in statistics, including the mean, the median,
the mode, and the midrange. 
Standard Deviation
 Standard Deviation 
This exercise defines the standard deviation and shows how to
calculate it. 
The z Score 
This application defines the z score and shows how to
calculate the z scores of the elements of a series.

Probability Distribution (Mean, Variance,
Std Dev) 
This application shows how to calculate
the mean, the variance, and the standard deviation for a
probability distribution of random variables. 
Binomial Probability Distribution 
This exercise defines the binomial probability
distribution and includes a method to calculate it. 
Linear Correlation
Coefficient 
This is a definition of the linear
correlation coefficient and an application that calculates it. 
