Sliders aren’t the only way to magnify the goodness of a single graph. Give your graphing skills a serious upgrade with lists.
Goal: Use three expression lines to graph the lines and points shown below.
Goal: Use five expression lines to graph the lines and intercepts shown below.
Bonus: Could you do this with fewer than five lines? If so, drop me a line: @mjfenton
Goal: Use three expression lines to graph the functions shown below.
Hint: Feel like three expressions isn’t enough? Look for a connection between the direction of opening and the y-value of the vertex.
Get ’em here.
Use what you’ve learned about lists to create your own amazing graph. Share it here.
(Need some help with how to share a graph? Check out 11 Challenges: Saving and Sharing (#9).)
— Michael Lerner (@lernerphysics) February 16, 2015