This week's video gives an overview of the concepts behind trigonometric graphs and demonstrates some of the interactive Flash applets that I developed for the Trigonometric Graphs chapter in Interactive Mathematics.
Let me know what you think of my first YouTube movie...
My six-year-old liked the music "but not the math" 😉
I liked the math, though I might have liked it to be a little more explicit about how those circles generated those sin waves. It seemed to be somewhat implied that the students would already understand that connection.
Nice. Great graphics and music. How did you do the graphics. Where did you get the music. How did you do the timing to get the text to appear right on the beat? I have been wanting to do such videos for classes, but they seem to be a lot of work.
@Nita: One possibility for changing the speed is to choose the gear icon at the bottom right of the video (near where it says "YouTube") and choose "Speed". You can bump it down to 50%. Shame they don't have a 80% setting.
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