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Active Plot Widget

The “Active Plot” Widget

An interactive math plot, for example, enter a formula like "y = a*sin(b*x)".
Students can play around with the parameters and immediately see the effect on the plot, thereby developing an intuition for how the formula "works"

Use BookWidgets to create your own Active Plot widget (or many other widgets) in minutes, and use it in your multi-touch books, or share it directly with your classroom. See how it works »

Examples

Here are some examples of Active Plot widgets that can be created with BookWidgets. These widgets are of course not fixed, but can serve as inspiration for creating your own Active Plot widgets with your own content.

Sine Function

Math

An interactive plot of the sine function. The student can experiment with changing the various parameters of the function and immediately see the effect on the plot.

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