Unique ways to use this widget
There are multiple ways you can use this widget to assess learner knowledge. For example:
- Ask students to select the function that has been graphed using multiple choice or other inputs.
- Ask students to select the equation of one function based on another function shown on the graph.
- Ask students to name the intersection(s) of two or more functions.
- Ask students to change variables in order to understand the relationships in the function.
- In combination with other widgets like the Expression Editor, ask students to write an equation they would like to graph
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Basic setup instructions
- Copy the widget link by clicking on the Get Component button at the top of this page.
- In the Author Tool, add a Blank component from the Components tab and resize it to your liking.
- Paste the url that you’ve just copied into the Component’s source.
- With the component selected, click on Configure and select Options to set it up.
- Have a look at the CAPI table description at the bottom of the article for more information on what you can do.
- Set up the function(s) the graph will display.
- Change the min and max values of the X- and Y-axes.
- Set the integral upper and lower bounds.
- Change the color of the function(s).
- Turn on/off derivatives of the functions.
- Show/hide the functions you have graphed by turning on/off the Tooltip for the function.
Properties available for creating trap states or configuring your questions.
Advanced widget setup
Contact our team for help setting up the widget and trap states in your lessons.