Tool:
Graph Explorer 
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http://www.langara.bc.ca/.../popup.htm
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Description: 
An applet essentially mimicking a graphing calculator, this is used in a number of activities from the same author. Graph functions, experiment with parameters, distinguish between functions by graphing in color, zoom in or out, shift your view of the graph. 
Technology Type: 
Java Applet  
Guide: 
User's Guide
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Author: 
Alan Cooper 
Language: 
English  
Cost: 
Does not require payment for use 

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Activities: 
Spikes and Spears: an interactive Lab on Rational Functions 

Exponential Functions and the Number e 

Quadratic Functions 

Linear Functions 

Introduction to Cartesian Coordinates 
Tool: 
GX2: Graph Explorer 
Courses: 
Algebra 
Graphing Quadratics, Graphing 
 Algebra II 
Graphing, Graphing, Graphing, Graphing 
 Trigonometry 
Graphs of Functions, Graphing Equations 
 PreCalculus 
graphs and parameters of these functions, Graphing 
 Calculus 
Function graphs 


tpowers 
Comment:  Doesn't render well in Safari, MSIE, and Gecko (Mozilla, Camino, and Firefox). A graphing calculator is almost strictly better. Still, it's useful when you need it. 
