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Monday, February 20, 2006

Surfing Sinefeld!

I found another π! It's getting closer .... ;-)

I'm getting lots of questions about graphing the trig functions -- keep'em coming folks! ;-)

I found something I thought might help. Play with Surfin' Sinefeld! He surfs sine graphs. ;-) (Click on the rectangle at the bottom with the word "graph" to start; and make sure your volume is on. Make sure to surf.) When your finished surfin' with Sinefeld, move on the the "Insidious Sinusoidal Quiz Device!"

OK, now lets play tag. I posted π, now it's your turn. When you post π you can also tag two people. The next two people to post π will be ........ Janet and jessica (I went with a J theme).



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1 Comments:

At 2/20/2006 10:11 PM, Blogger abr13l said...

hey that's not pi the legs curve together =/ haha but i guess you could call the reflection from the water pi =P

 

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