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View Resource MathGrapher

MathGrapher is a stand-out graphing tool designed for students, scientists and engineers. Visitors can read the Introduction to get started, as it contains information about the various functions that the tool can perform. The Picture Gallery provides interactive demonstrations that show visitors how each operation is performed. Also, the left-hand side of the homepage contains links to the...

View Resource Paying for Your Wheels

This math lesson from Illuminations introduces students to the various costs associated with owning a car. The material uses proportion to calculate distance and miles per gallon, as well as analyzing data using a graphing utility, determining a curve of best fit and extrapolating data. Questions for students are also included. The material is appropriate for grades 9-13 and should require 1...

View Resource Curve Fitting

Created by John Michel for the Connected Curriculum Project, the purpose of this module is to extend the concept of fitting a least squares line to allow fitting more complex functions, including those in which the model parameters do not appear linearly. This is part of a larger collection of learning modules hosted by Duke University.

View Resource Exploring Data

For many students who wish to embark into the world of statistics, the whole process can be a bit daunting. Fortunately, the Exploring Data website makes such a proposition a bit easier for both students and teachers. The site is easy to navigate, and the homepage contains an index of topics and materials ranging from linear regression to sampling. Each of these sections includes activities,...

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