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VASUDEVA KH
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v.eswaran replied to VASUDEVA KH's discussion How to introduce concept of function? in the group Introducing Math Concepts
"Function - starts in class XI onwards.  Students already knew about linear equations in two variables and their graph in class X.  one can explain from linear equation or can explain set/cross product/relation and a particular relation is…"
Jun 4, 2011
Erlina Ronda replied to VASUDEVA KH's discussion How to introduce concept of function? in the group Introducing Math Concepts
"Here's my contribution to this discussion on introducing the concept of function: I find it useful to use a situation where students themselves will: identify the changing and unchanging quantities; determine the effect of the change of…"
Mar 26, 2011
"Hi ! I am currently pursuing my master in math and my focus is on an applet called Algebra Arrows. I try to use Instrumentation/Instrumentalisation in order to exploit this so students/pupils may build a concept of function (This is related to 2 of…"
Nov 16, 2010
"I am having difficulty in writing mathematical expression in blog and even in this forum. What equation editor we can use for writing mathematical expression in blog, wordpress, forum . What steps we have to follow in this regard Also please give…"
Nov 15, 2010
"To all I am having difficulty in writing mathematical expression in blog and even in this forum. What equation editor we can use for writing mathematical expression in blog, wordpress, forum . What steps we have to follow in this regard Also please…"
Nov 15, 2010
"The metaphor of a machine is appropriate for explaining a function. When a function is computerised, as in a graphing calculator, that is exactly how the function is implemented, as a machine, with floating point numbers representing real numbers.…"
Nov 15, 2010
"The following example of a circle drawn in a Cartesian coordinate system illustrates some of the points being discussed. The equation of a circle of radius r is not a function: This can be rearranged to express x as a square root: and y as a…"
Nov 13, 2010
"I also use the concept of a machine; I made a quickie starter mathcast to show you what I mean: http://www.screencast.com/t/XLyggaJAXaxn As I said in video, I don't actually introduce functions, but rather review them to kids who never really…"
Nov 12, 2010
Nov 11, 2010
"please suggest free software for writing mathematical expressions easily and for publishing other than microsoft word equation editor , open office"
Nov 9, 2010
VASUDEVA KH replied to VASUDEVA KH's discussion How to introduce concept of function? in the group Introducing Math Concepts
Nov 9, 2010
VASUDEVA KH replied to VASUDEVA KH's discussion How to introduce concept of function? in the group Introducing Math Concepts
Nov 9, 2010
SUJATHA TR replied to VASUDEVA KH's discussion How to introduce concept of function? in the group Introducing Math Concepts
"Thanks to all for guiding. Geogebra is very helpful and can we use geogebra in bringing concepts like, limit , differentiability, continuity and Integration?. Also I need suggestion that How we can link, function, limit, continuity ,…"
Nov 9, 2010
Dylan Faullin replied to VASUDEVA KH's discussion How to introduce concept of function? in the group Introducing Math Concepts
"To clarify my comments, I do not literally repeat the definition 50 times consecutively, as in a mantra. But at each relevant moment, I repeat the definition, perhaps stating it slightly different, perhaps encouraging the class to 'fill in the…"
Nov 4, 2010
Dylan Faullin replied to VASUDEVA KH's discussion How to introduce concept of function? in the group Introducing Math Concepts
"y is a function of x when: for each allowed value of x, there is only one possible answer for y. Repeat that about 50 times and I find that students have a pretty decent understanding. I say this when looking at tables of values to determine if…"
Nov 4, 2010
""If you imagine the two initial coordinates to be values for latitude and longitude, for example, then the Zeta Function returns the altitude for every point, forming a kind of mathematical landscape full of hills and valleys." That's…"
Nov 4, 2010

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VASUDEVA KH
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LECTURER IN MATHEMATICS, INTERSTED IN KNOWING , LEARNING MORE THINGS,
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