Tool:
Data Flyer 
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Go to: 
http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/DataFlyer/
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Description: 
This activity allows the user to plot a set of (x,y) ordered pairs and graph a function on the same coordinate plane. The applet allows the manipulation of a function of the form y = f(x). 
Technology Type: 
Java Applet  
Author: 
Shodor: Project Interactivate 
Language: 
English  
Cost: 
Does not require payment for use 

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Lesson Plans: 
Cartesian Coordinate System 

Graphing and the Coordinate Plane Lesson 

Graphs and Functions 
Support Materials: 
MultiStep Functions Discussion 

From Graphs to Function Machines and Back Dialogue 

Functions as Processes or Rules Discussion: "Function Machines" 

Introduction to the Coordinate Plane and Coordinates Dialogue 
Tools: 
Function Flyer 

Simple Plot 

Conic Flyer 

Graph Sketcher 

Graphit 
Courses: 
Math 7 
Deriving a function 
 Algebra 
Functions / Relations, Linear Equations, Graphing, Analyzing Linear Data, Is It Linear?, Writing an Equation, Line of Best Fit, Graphing Quadratics, Standard Form, Vertex Form, Exponential Functions 
 Algebra II 
Quadratic Equations, Graphing, Functions / Relations, Parent Functions, Linear, Absolute Value, Quadratic, Square Root, Transformations of functions, Horizontal shift, Vertical shift, Vertical stretch / compression, Horizontal stretch / compression, Polynomials, Exponential Functions, Graphing, Curve of Best Fit, Logarithmic Functions, Graphing 
 Trigonometry 
General, Trig Functions, Graphs of Functions, Transforming Graphs, Hyperbolic Functions, sinh, cosh, tanh 
 PreCalculus 
linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, absolute value, domain and range of functions, graphs and parameters of these functions 




riz 
Comment:  Great tool for dynamically looking at effect of coefficients of polynomial functions on the graph of the function. Also does a nice job demonstrating least squares. 
