At the recent A4A meeting, a teacher showed a graphing website that
worked, but they weren't really happy. They were disappointed that the
boundaries for inequalities were not clearly defined (inclusive of
exclusive). Recently I found a site that has many exercises that not
only address graphing, but cover anything thing from sequences to
derivatives. The site is uses the java applet for Geogebra.
As you may already know, Geogebra is a wonderful graphing and
construction program, which is absolutely free. Many of the lessons also
offer down loadable applets for those of you with internet issues in
your classroom. Try them out and let me know what you think. I am
currently compiling a list of sites that I will post on my site, so if you know of
something let me know.

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