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.
Advanced widget setup
Contact our team for help setting up the widget and trap states in your lessons.