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Ultimate Quadratic 
The ultimate visual control of y = ax^2+bx+c when changing the values of a, b and c, or roots and discriminant with the quadratic formula. 
ultimateQuadratic.gsp 
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Sine Tracer 
Explore the connection of the height of a triangle to the graph of y = sin(x) and the unit circle. 
sineTriangle.gsp 
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Transformations of Functions 
Transformation of y = f(x) can be explored with veritcal, horizontal shifts and streches/compressions of the "parent" functions. 
transformations.gsp 

Transformations of Trig Functions 
Transformation of y = sin(x) can be explored in sineShifter with amplitude, period, phase shifts and the midline. 
sineShifter.gsp 

Complex Roots of a Quadratic Function 
A visual of the location of the complex roots on the graph of a quadratic function. The roots of f(x) = x^2 + 1 are on the complex floor at i and i. 
complexRoots.mw 
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Domain & Range 
A visual representation of domain as a shadow on the xaxis and the range as a shadow on the yaxis. 
domainRange.gsp 
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The Isosceles Parabola 
Using the conic section definition of a parabola, this sketch gives a great visual connection to the parabola and an isosceles triangle. 
isocelesParabola.gsp 
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The Difference Quotient 
The secant/tangent relationship is visualized for the difference quotient. 
diffQuotient.gsp 

The Normal Distribution and the tDistribution 
For small samples we use the tDistribution but as the sample size n increases the tdistribution becomes the normal distribution. 
tandz.gsp 
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Completing the Square 
We have all drawn the diagram of completing the square on the board before, but this sketch is dynamic! 
completeSquare.gsp 

Central Limit Theorem 
This Statcrunch app shows a perfect visual demonstration of the Central Limit Theorem 
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Confidence Intervals 
Another Statcrunch app the generates any number of confidence intervals and calculates the % of intervals that contain the population parameter. 
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