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Function Transformations (Geometer's Sketchpad Lab): A sketch of several functions that dynamically shows the effect of each variable coefficient
[i.e. y = a (b(x - h)^2 + k]

(Level: 3/3) Author: Matthew Winking

Function Transformations

Logo learning Task(Geometer's Sketchpad Lab): A sketch that specifically uses the pictures suggestinged in the Logo learning task

(Level: 2/3) Author: Matthew Winking

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Function Transformation with Pictures(Geometer's Sketchpad Lab): A sketch that investigates transfromations of parabolas with realworld parabola pictures

(Level: 2/3) Author: Matthew Winking

Picture Function Transformations

Simultaneous Transformation of the Parent GraphsFunction Transformation with Pictures(Fathom Lab): A 'Fathom' that that lets you see how all of the parent graphs are simultaneously transformed as the parameters vary. This demonstration only demonstrates vertical stretch & compress and vertical translations. If you would like to include horizontal translation see Math 2 - Unit 1.
(Level: 2/3)

Author: Matthew Winking and Theresa Brooks

Simultaneous Transformations

Piece-wise Picture Learning Task (TI-83/84): This engaging learning task reviews graphing linear equations with domain constraints in the calculator to create pictures on the calculator through mathematical descriptions.

(Level: 3/3) Author: Matthew Winking