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Topic: Polar Graphing
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Michael Moy 24-Feb-1995 1532

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re: Polar Graphing
Posted: Feb 28, 1995 9:21 AM
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Hello Eileen,

You can use the CRC Handbook of Math Tables to give you an idea of some of the
things you can do. CRC is short for the Chemical Rubber Company. You might also
try getting a Polar Coordinates graphing program so that the children can enter
the formulas and see the results. I don't have a program handy, but recall
writing one that was about 20 lines of BASIC code.

michael
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I am looking for some resources for Polar Graphing that would be
appropriate for use with 4th grade students. I would appreciate any
suggestions.

Eileen

Eileen Abrahamson
0191enel@informns.k12.mn.us
Edw. Neill Elemetary
13409 Upton Ave. So.
Burnsville, MN 55337





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