I tried something along these lines based on the computer algebra system SymPy [1,2]. The syntax is Python so feels a little weird for doing math, but the SymPy function names match very closely to the math verbs like solve, expand, simplify, factor, which is very good for learning.
Each lesson includes activities where the student chooses the correct vocabulary word used in context, identifies the prefix or suffix, and solves a jumble puzzle that reinforces the lesson. The jumble puzzle is the punchline to a joke or riddle that is solved by unscrambling a set of words related to the lesson.
He uses trigonometry to find the exact place where each thing should be located and create the picture plane. c. He uses the coffers of the ceiling to place Jesus in the mathematical center, and to create an illusion that extends the room beyond what is visible.
2.2.2 Virasoro algebra and physical states 79 2.2.3 Vertex operators 86 2.3 Light-cone gauge quantization 92 2.3.1 Light-cone gauge and Lorentz algebra 93 2.3.2 Construction of transverse physical states 100 2.3.3 The no-ghost theorem and the spectrum-generating algebra 102 2.3.4 Analysis of the spectrum 113