|Tool: I See Graphs||
|Go to:||http://collegegraphs.com (opens a new window)|
This downloadable software designed by a teacher generates problems suitable for courses in Algebra I, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Probability and Statistics, and 3D graphing. It also creates graphs for students to identify with function notation or exact formula; and illustrates 3D graphing techniques dynamically, with function slider graphs to visualize the effects of parameters.
3D graphing techniques are illustrated dynamically. Polar and parametric equations can be investigated with the help of a "lightning bug". Slider graphs of any functions can be created to help students visualize the effects of parameters. Piecewise-defined functions and equations that do not represent functions can be graphed. Implicitly defined equations can be graphed. Inequalities can be graphed in standared or "reversed" mode.
|Technology Type:||Computer Algebra System|
|Cost:||Does not require payment for use|
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|Courses:||Algebra||One Variable Equations, Functions / Relations, Linear Equations, Analyzing Linear Data, Linear Systems, Linear Inequalities, Exponents, Quadratic Equations, Graphing Quadratics, Quadratic Systems, Exponential Functions|
|Algebra II||Solving systems of equations, Quadratic Equations, Quadratic Inequalities, Functions / Relations, Parent Functions, Transformations of functions, Polynomials, Rational Equations, Exponential Functions, Logarithmic Functions|
|Trigonometry||Working with Angles, Right Triangles, Trig Functions, Inverse Functions, Solving Trig Equations, Identities, Polar Coordinates, Vectors, Parametric Equations, Coordinate Systems|
|PreCalculus||Functions, Properties of Rational Functions, Operations with Logs, Linear Algebra, Factorial Notation|
|Probability & Statistics||Data and Distributions, Samples and Experiments, Probability, Inference|