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Domain and Range of a Function by Flattening to the Axis
Author:
Irina Boyadzhiev
This applet can be used to introduce the concept of Domain and Range of a function by flattening the graph of the function over the coordinate axes.
Click on a button to select one of the three functions.
Drag the "domain" slider. The graph of the function is flattened to the x-axis. The trace that is left on the x-axis is the domain of the function.
Drag the "range" slider. The graph of the function is flattened to the y-axis. The trace left on the y-axis is the range of the function.
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