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Concord.org Five Lessons

features activities and software for exploring key math and science concepts. A grapher without numeric values introduces calculus concepts in early grades. Students create populations that reproduce according to Mendelian genetics. They design molecules and watch molecules self-assemble. When keys on their calculator are disabled, students must develop work-around solutions. (Multiple Agencies)

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Here is a possible model of the height of a bouncing basketball. When you “run” this, the cursor moves to the right and the ball moves vertically according to the graph.

Elementary calculus

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