Your students will love this. Dynamic spinning 3-d graphs to help them visualize the concepts you teach. Dynamic and so easy to use, you will be demonstrating important concepts in AP Calculus AB, BC, Honors or traditional Calculus 1 and 2. in minutes.
Engage your Calculus students with interactive math explorations. Explore the area between curves and the area under a curve. "What do you think would happen to this graph if ..? My students always want more. Zoom in, zoom out with click of the mouse of your finger on a touch screen. Simply amazing.
Works on any PC computer or MAC
and can even run from a flash drive. No Internet required. These interactive discovery applets or "notebooks" utilize LiveMath Viewer, PC version included in the zip file. Email me for MAC version.
Open the ReadMeFirst file first and you will be interactive and amazed in about 3 minutes or less. Just open any of the four apps included, highlight a value, retype, click Enter, and you have a visualization like nothing else out there. Take screens shot and make great Handouts.
Includes a bonus notebook exploring Polar Graphs. Very Cool!
Have fun. Email email@example.com if you have a question or request.
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