
Functions  Absolute Value
 Show how the graphs of \( f(x) \) and \( f(x) \) relate to each other
 Choose from:
 \( f(x)=a(x−b) \)
 \( f(x)=a(x−b)(x−c) \)


Functions  Absolute Value  Draggable
 Show how the graphs of \( f(x) \) and \( f(x) \) relate
to each other
 \( f(x) \) is defined by draggable points
 Choose from:
 \( f(x)=ax+b \)
 \( f(x)=ax^2+bx+c \)


Functions  Quadratic  Expanded Form

Show how the parameters in \( f(x)=ax^2+bx+c \) are related
to the characteristics of the corresponding graph


Functions  Quadratic  Factored Form

Show how the parameters in \( f(x)=a(x−b)(x−c) \) are related
to the characteristics of the corresponding graph


Functions  Quadratic  Vertex Form

Show how the parameters in \( f(x)=a(x−p)^2+q \) are related
to the characteristics of the corresponding graph


Functions  Reciprocal  Polynomials

Show how the graphs of \( f(x) \) and \( \frac{1}{f(x)} \)
relate to each other
 Choose from:
 \( f(x)=a(x−b) \)
 \( f(x)=a(x−b)(x−c) \)


Functions  Reciprocal  Polynomials  Draggable

Show how the graphs of \( f(x) \) and \( \frac{1}{f(x)} \)
relate to each other
 f(x) is defined by draggable points
 Choose from:
 \( f(x)=ax+b \)
 \( f(x)=ax^2+bx+c \)


Relations  Domain and Range Shadows

Show that the range can be thought of as the shadow of the graph projected onto the yaxis

Show that the domain can be thought of as the shadow of the graph projected onto the xaxis
