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Tool: Grapher
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Go to: http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_109_g_3_t_1.html (opens a new window)
Description: Using this virtual manipulative you may: graph a function; trace a point along the graph; dynamically vary function parameters; change the range of values displayed in the graph; graph multiple functions; restrict the domain of a function; zoom in on a region of the graph.
Technology Type: Java Applet
Guide: User's Guide (opens a new window)
Author: National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (Utah State University)
Language: English
Cost: Does not require payment for use

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Tool: Function Machine
Courses: Math 4 Equations and functions
Math 5 Equations and functions
Math 6 Equations and functions
Math 7 Equations and functions
Algebra Functions / Relations, Graphing, Solve by graphing, Graphing, Graphing
Algebra II Graphing, Functions / Relations, Transformations of functions, Rational Equations, Exponential Functions, Logarithmic Functions
Calculus Functions, Graphs, and Limits

 Teacher Review (Not based on classroom experience) Reviewer: Gonzalez, Sep 14 2010 01:35:33:257AM Appropriate for: introduction to a concept, practice of skills and understandings, applications of a concept or technique, advanced investigations Ability to meet my goals: Neutral Recommended for: Geometry: History of geometry, Points and lines, Coordinate geometry, Angles, Perpendicular and parallel lines, Perimeter, area, and volume, Transformations and symmetry Read the full length reviews for this resource
 tpowers Comment: A pretty well-done and clean graphing calculator, but still I would prefer to use a graphing calculator. gemlim Comment: A cool way to introduce parallel, perpendicular, intersecting and coinciding lines. A good tool to visually teach the graphs of systems of equations. I am still looking for an interactive tool to graph from standard form.