Graphing Functions

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Graphing functions can be difficult, but these online resources make it a lot easier. Watch a free video and learn how to graph an inverse function, or find a graphing exercise from Texas Instruments and follow along with your own calculator.
Four lessons and a self-test on translations and transformations of functions using a TI graphing calculator.

A helpful scientific calculator that runs in your web browser window.

An online graphing calculator for students who do not have a hand-held one.

This interactive online tool enables students to simultaneously visualize and manipulate three linked representations of a distance-rate-time problem. The side-by-side tool format features two airplanes (each flying at a constant speed) on merging jet routes, the corresponding distance-vs.-time graphs, and the corresponding linear equations.

In this video, Salman Khan of Khan Academy shows you how to find the domain of a function.

Excellent site showing examples of algebra, trig, calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra.

Gives a detailed explanation of how to use interval notation, followed by numerous examples, from very simple to quite complex.

Seeing Math™ has developed interactive software tools to clarify key mathematical ideas in middle and high school mathematics. Each interactive provides a real-time connection between representations of the mathematics (symbolic, graphical, etc.), so that changes in one representation instantly cause changes in the other

Online graphing calculator, useful for drawing out a function to visualize it or find key points.

This site provides graphing tools. The GCalc 3 menu has several options for graphing. One nice aspect of this site is that multiple functions can be graphed in different colors on the same screen. Another useful feature is that it is easy to copy and paste or print the graphs that are generated.

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