Tool: Graphical Function Explorer (GFE)  Math Open Reference 


Go to:  http://www.mathopenref.com/graphfunctions.html (opens a new window)  
Description:  A free webbased function graphing tool. Graph up to three different functions on the same axes. Functions can refer to up to three independent variables controlled by sliders. As you move the sliders, the graphs change in real time to reveal the effects of the variables. Control the range of the sliders, the x,y axis limits, and line thickness. An optional vertical cursor line can be dragged laterally to show the values of the functions for that x value. Grapher can be expanded to fill the whole screen  useful in a classroom using a projector or Smartboard. Charts can be saved for easy recall in lectures and sharing with students. This resource is a component of the Math Open Reference Interactive project at http://www.mathopenref.com. 

Technology Type:  Flash  
Author:  John Page  
Language:  English  
Cost:  Does not require payment for use  
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Courses:  Algebra  Graphing, Solve by graphing, Graphing, Graphing, Graphing Quadratics, Solve by graphing, Graphing  
 
