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Topic: stop teaching shifting & stretching?
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Lou Talman

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Re: stop teaching shifting & stretching?
Posted: Oct 13, 1998 9:37 PM
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Dave Slomer wrote:

> That is, given y=a+b*f(c*x+d), kids still need to know that varying a,
> b, c, and d cause predictable changes in the graph of f.


As well as how to make the correct predictions, I would add.

--Lou Talman





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