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Through language we are able to communicate with each other. The most common forms of language are: oral, written and graphical. Nowadays, graphics represent one way of expressing and transmitting information. The media often express information by means of tables and graphs as they offer a fast, visual interpretation as well as showing how certain variables depend on others. Newton (1642-1727) was first to deal with the concept of a function. he used the term "fluents" or "flowing quantities" to refer to any relationship between variables. Leibniz (1646-1716) used the word "function" for the first time to refer to the quantities a variable depends on. He also used the words "constant, variable and parameter" for the first time in this context. Euler (1707-1783) is to thank for f(x), the form we commonly use now to express a function.
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE: Previous knowledge is not necessary
KNOWLEDGE TYPE: procedural
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: To become aware that a function is a concept which occurs naturally in many everyday situations. To introduce concepts such as the rate of increase or convexity using the connection between verbal explanation and graphs. To develop geometric intuition. To awaken curiosity to discover relationships between different magnitudes. To relate graphical language to other mathematical languages.
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Installation is not required
Locally install and enable the Java interpreter and the Descartes applet plug-in.
Fecha publicación: 28.3.2015
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