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graphing

[graf′ing]
the organization of data consisting of two or more variables along horizontal and vertical axes of a graph to show relationships between specific quantities or other specific factors.
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For students at the high school and college level, the use of graphing calculators has a more significant influence on students' attitudes toward mathematics than using scientific calculators.
Six cases involved graphing two variables, income and sales, which differed significantly from one another in magnitude on the same graph using just one vertical scale.
Most of us are just as disturbed when graphing packages contradict concepts we are teaching.
Students who need extra practice and review with bar graphs and tables continue graphing daily weather conditions.
Nevertheless, GraphPower could be a valuable graphing tool in the primary and middle school classrooms, provided the teacher modifies the activities to the needs of the students and juxtaposes the computer time with several off-computer discussions.
Moreover, combining a spreadsheet with TI handhelds' graphing and statistical functions greatly broadens these devices' use in social science, economics, business, and other classes.

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