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Graphic multiplication
--- Introduction ---

Graphic multiplication is an exercise concerning the
graphical recognition of the multiplication of functions of one real variable.
The server will give you the graph of two functions *f*(*x*) and g(x),
whose expressions will be hidden. You will then be presented a certain number of other graphs,
corresponding to functions such as
*f*(*x*)*g*(*x*), *f*(-*x*)*g*(*x*), *f*(*x*)*g*(*x*+1),
etc (see the menu below). And you should locate the one
which corresponds to one which will be precised in a question.
To give the reply, you can simply click on the graph which you believe to be the good one.
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- Description: recognize the graph of fg from that of f and g, etc. WIMS site
- Keywords: interactive mathematics, interactive math, server side interactivity, analysis, graphing