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Education Workshop   (infocenter)
This is a half-day workshop providing secondary and community college teachers (or education students) a look at how to integrate Mathematica into their courses. Participants ...
Students will understand how to identify transformations of graphs and in what order. Conversely, students will be able to create graphs from basic functions using the rules ...
Students will understand how to graph functions that represent stretches or inversions of given functions. Also, students will understand how changing each portion of an ...
Translations of Graphs   (infocenter)
Students will understand how to identify translations of graphs. Conversely, students will be able to create graphs from basic functions using the rules of shifting.
We will be exploring how Mathematica can improve on (and ultimately replace) traditional methods of teaching first-year calculus. Mathematica becomes the tool not only for ...
Students will be able to predict behavior of complicated functions involving absolute value depending on order of operations and placement of the absolute value operator. ...
Students will learn the characteristics of logarithmic graphs, plot logarithmic graphs on their own, and make predictions based on this information.
Students will determine the domains of rational functions. Students will be able to predict behavior of rational function graphs (including intercepts and asymptotes) before ...
Students will predict when a rational function will have a slant (or oblique) asymptote and demonstrate how that affects the behavior of the graph.This notebook covers topics ...
Students will learn the characteristics of exponential graphs, plot exponential graphs on their own, and make predictions based on this information.This notebook covers ...
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