Transformations of Graphs
A Java Program Tutorial
This page is under construction. For now, there is only a brief description of how the program works. The right hand panel is the panel of controls, with two buttons at the top. This is misleading because only one of them works. Soon they will both work. The left hand button is the one that works and simply takes you to the next example. Below that is an equation with missing entries. There are text boxes where those numbers might be. You type your own numbers into the text areas and when you hit the "enter" key a graph will be drawn on the axes on the left. There are slidebars beside the axes to adjust the view. The inner scrollbars stretch the graph and the outer ones slide the graph. The graph of the function you created drawn in red. There is a function already drawn on the screen. Your goal is to type coeficients into your function so that the graph match the one on the screen. For any one page, all functions are of the same type, but there are five pages below for different types of functions. Each page currently has ten examples. Enjoy!