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**Section 2.1 – Lines and Slopes**- online resources:
- Slope-Intercept Solver - http://webdeveloper.earthweb.com/repository/javascripts/2002/01/72571/xyxyplot.html

This site provides the details of finding the equation for a graph in the form y=mx+b when you are given two points on the graph. - Slope, Equation &
*y*-Intercept - http://www.gomath.com/exercises/SlopeEquationYintercept.asp

This applet shows how to find the equation of a line using user-inputed two points or a point and the slope. - GraphIt - http://occawlonline.pearsoned.com/bookbind/pubbooks/billstein_awl/medialib/shodor_site/activities/graphit/index.html

This site provides a java applet for grapher for ploting points or graphing functions. This can be used to estimate*x*- and*y*-intercepts. (To type in function y = 3*x*^{2}- 2*x*+ 5, you will need to enter 3**x***x*- 2**x*+ 5.) - Simple Plot - http://occawlonline.pearsoned.com/bookbind/pubbooks/billstein_awl/medialib/shodor_site/activities/simpleplot/index.html

Need java-enabled browser. This site provides a grapher to plot points on a rectangular coordinate system.

- Slope-Intercept Solver - http://webdeveloper.earthweb.com/repository/javascripts/2002/01/72571/xyxyplot.html

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**Section 2.2 – Distance and Midpoint Formulas; Circles**- online resources:
- The Distance and Midpoint Formulas - http://www.valleyview.k12.oh.us/vvhs/dept/math/distmid.html

This site provides a proof of the distance formula and the visual representations of both formulas. - Circles - http://members.shaw.ca/ron.blond/TLE/QR.DRAWCIRCLE.APPLET/

This site provides a java applet for graphing a circle from its standard form.

- The Distance and Midpoint Formulas - http://www.valleyview.k12.oh.us/vvhs/dept/math/distmid.html

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**Section 2.3 – Basics of Functions**- online resources:
- Function Evaluator - http://www.math.ksu.edu/math791/fv/FctApp.html

This site provides a function evaluator so that you can enter any function of x into this applet and evaluate it at 4 points. - gcalc - http://www.nsci.plu.edu/~jkim/GCalc/

This site provides java-based grapher. This can be used to find domain of a function.

- Function Evaluator - http://www.math.ksu.edu/math791/fv/FctApp.html

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**Section 2.4 – Graphs of Functions**- online resources:
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**Section 2.5 – Transformations of Functions**- online resources:
- Shifting & Scaling (with GraphExplorer) - http://www.langara.bc.ca/mathstats/resource/GraphExplorer/v111/ShiftAndScale.html

This site provides a java grapher so that you can enter any function and translate, reflect, shrink or stretch the graph of the function. (To type in function y = 3*x*^{2}- 2*x*+ 5, you will need to enter 3**x*^2 - 2**x*+ 5.) - New Functions from Old: Scaled and Shifted Functions - http://people.hofstra.edu/faculty/Stefan_Waner/calctopic1/scaledgraph.html

This site provides a description for the translation, reflection, shrinking or stretching of the graph of a function.

- Shifting & Scaling (with GraphExplorer) - http://www.langara.bc.ca/mathstats/resource/GraphExplorer/v111/ShiftAndScale.html

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**Section 2.6 – Combinations of Functions; Composite Functions**- online resources:
- Function Plotter - http://www.univie.ac.at/future.media/moe/fplotter/fplotter.html

After entering one or more functional expressions, the graphs are drawn. Using the zoom option, you may study the graphs from a very "close" viewpoint and read off coordinates of interesting points with an accuracy of about 10^{-14}. - MultiGraph Applet - http://www.calvin.edu/~rpruim/courses/m161/F01/java/FunctionComposition.shtml

This java applet explores composition of functions graphically. - The Composition of
*f*(*x*) &*g*(*x*):*f*(*g*(*x*)) or*g*(*f*(*x*)) - http://mss.math.vanderbilt.edu/~pscrooke/MSS/compositefunctions.html

This site provides java-based grapher which can be used to find the algebraic and graphical result of the composition of two functions. - Arithmetic Operations with Functions - http://mss.math.vanderbilt.edu/~pscrooke/MSS/combinefunctions.html

This site provides java-based grapher which can be used to find the algebraic and graphical result of performing an operation on two functions. - Derivative Definition Java Applet - http://www.csulb.edu/~wziemer/TangentLine/TangentLine.html

This java applet shows the convergence of the difference quotient to the derivative.

- Function Plotter - http://www.univie.ac.at/future.media/moe/fplotter/fplotter.html

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**Section 2.7 – Inverse Functions**- online resources:
- Inverse Functions - http://mss.math.vanderbilt.edu/cgi-bin/MSSAgent/~pscrooke/MSS/inversefunction.def

This site provides a tool in which given a function*y*=*f*(*x*), it attempts to find its inverse:*x*=*f*^{-1}(*y*). - Functions and Their Inverses - http://www.mathsnet.net/asa2/modules/p22inverses2.html

This site provides a which graphically plots the graph of*f*(*x*); its inverse,*g*(*x*); and the composition,*g*(*f*(*x*)).

- Inverse Functions - http://mss.math.vanderbilt.edu/cgi-bin/MSSAgent/~pscrooke/MSS/inversefunction.def

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