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Superimpose a Mathematical Graph Over an Image

Last week one of our math teachers asked me about a tool that could graph an equation and then superimpose that graph over an image. I didn't know of one, but I did a little research using my newly minted Advanced Power Searching credential. Several searches and video tutorials later, I think I found a solution. Here's the video.

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  1. Ingenious method, using Desmos, but perhaps your maths teacher colleague might like to investigate GeoGebra at https://www.geogebra.org/cms/. It's open-source; can be down-loaded or web-based; they're developing a Google Chrome app version... and there is a great community who will give support through the forum. There's a vast repository of resources at http://www.geogebratube.org/?lang=en. It's really easy to insert an image and superimpose a graph.

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  2. Awesome! I'll pass that on. Thanks for sharing, Kathryn.

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