Ferris Wheel for Graphing Trig Functions

Use sliders to adjust the a,b,c,d parameters in y=asin(bx+c)+d. The graph will be shown (0<x<360), and a ferris wheel can be animated (animate theta) to show the physical effect of those parameters.


David Weppler

Resource Type
dweppler  ferris  functions  sin  sine  transform  transformation  trig  trigonometry  wheel 
Target Group (Age)
15 – 18
English (United Kingdom)
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