Graphing Art Revisited: The Evolution of a Good Idea
Creators:Avila, Cheryl L.
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Publisher:Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Citation:Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, no. 67 (2013), 1-10.
The Graphing Art Project encourages students to explore functions as they create art. Students write functions with domain and range restrictions that generate interesting pictures. The project is easily tailored for different levels of mathematical learners. Algebra 1 students create art using linear functions; precalculus students include conic sections, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric functions and the greatest integer functions in their work. Students may write graphing calculator programs to reproduce and animate their art.
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