CL in title of slide or note of graph

#1

Is there any way to use CL to put a dynamic function into either the title of a slide, or a note of a graph?

I want to create functions with random variables, and give the students a full graph so they can enter it, but I can’t think of any way to insert the function on the slide, besides graphing it for them.

#2

Check out this is example. If if doesn’t answer your question let me know and I can help you find a solution to what you’re trying to do.

#3

I’m not sure what dynamic means in this context but there is an undocumented sink at the top level of every screen, called ‘subtitle’. It allows you to put Math Mode in and keep the whole screen for other things like graphs or card sorts.

subtitle: “f(x) = \\frac{x}{2}

But put backticks inside the string as well (unfortunately I don’t know how to do that without having the forum software interpret them for me.)

#4

Thank you! The subtitle sink is exactly what I was looking for!!

Dynamic means you create variables for your numbers so that each kid would get the same type of equation, but with different numbers. These have to be entered using CL, which is why I couldn’t just type the equation in the subtitle bar.

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#5

Thank you. I never thought about using the label of a point. I will keep that idea handy.