**Category:**HS Functions**Uploaded by HirooKato on:**2012-09-27 19:54:28

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Ms. Becky Afghani from the Long Beach Unified School District Math
Office illustrates a slope slider tool. Questions this video
answers How to use a slope slider tool to investigate slope and the
y-in...

Ms. Becky Afghani from the Long Beach Unified School District Math

Office illustrates a slope slider tool. Questions this video

answers How to use a slope slider tool to investigate slope and the

y-intercept? What changes the slope and line intercept? What happens

to the line when y is greater than x?

Office illustrates a slope slider tool. Questions this video

answers How to use a slope slider tool to investigate slope and the

y-intercept? What changes the slope and line intercept? What happens

to the line when y is greater than x?

Comments (2 of 2)

I really like the concept of this video--just being able to have a visual example of what an increased/decreased slope does, and the same with a y-intercept. It was a bit hard to follow at times because the images of the sliders were not in the view of the video, so the viewer cannot see what the slider is doing. Otherwise, I this video is well done.

Ms. Afghani chose a really cool application with the sliders showing the different slopes and y-intercepts. I like that in the slope demonstration, a slope of zero was shown. A mention of an undefined slope, as well as visual, would have been nice. Overall, this was a nice video.