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From: Claudia (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Apr 12, 2001 at 21:23:27
Subject: Re: Graphs

I would encourage you to look through old issues of The Mathematics Teacher
publication produced by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
There are always "real world" examples of different graphs.  There was a
great one on "The Human Chain" experiment.  There was also one on weights of
alligators that turns out to model a cubic equation.  You might want to go to
www.enc.org.  The site can be overwhelming, but the search engine is pretty
good in locating information about a specific topic.

There is also a publication that is included in the Dale Seymour catalogue
called Algebra Experiments Book II  (non-linear experiments).

 -Claudia, for the T2T service

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