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Graphing Functions with Four Parameters
This Demonstration shows the graph of
for various functions. Choose a function and move the sliders to adjust the parameters. The parameters
and
translate the graph while
and
scale it.
Contributed by:
Abby Brown
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"
Graphing Functions with Four Parameters
" from
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/GraphingFunctionsWithFourParameters/
Contributed by:
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