Basic Functions 2) Absolute value 3) Parabola 4) Cubic 5) Higher order polynomial 6) Hyperbola 7) Square root 8) Semicircle – top or bottom 9) Step , or in the handheld 10) Cube root 11) Exponential 12) Tangent 13) Sinusoid |

Draft Requirements (subject to change): 1) At least 60 frames. 30 of the frames must be distinct, and you may repeat frames to bring the total to 60. 2) At least 1/3 with photo background related to the animation (photo release form required for student pictures). 3) Every picture must have a sinusoid. 4) To be eligible for a C you must use 5 different basic functions. 5) To be eligible for a B you must use 7 different basic functions and synchronize to music. 6) To be eligible for an A you must use 9 different basic functions and synchronize to music. 7) Use of more different basic functions makes you eligible for bonus points. 8) 90% of functions must have some transformation. 9) 80% of functions must have a restricted domain. Bonus points will be awarded for extreme creativity. |

Deliverables (what you will turn in): 1) Summary storyboard of your project (due 5/10). One per group. 2) A photo or photos for background images (due 5/17). Remember photos with students in them require a Model Release Form for each student included. 3) An Nspire file or files with all the relevant screens. One per group. 4) A listing of your functions. Where a particular function was transformed on different screens you may list just the parent function with a note, “transformations. One per group.” 5) A movie file (or link to uploaded youtube or other online service). 6) Each
group member must provide a paragraph (or more) discussing: |