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Lutzer, Carl V. – Primus, 2001

Describes an activity designed to help students develop a good foundation from the beginning of the transition from multivariate calculus to linear algebra. (MM)

Descriptors: Calculus, Higher Education, Learning Activities, Mathematics Education

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Zarzycki, Piotr – Primus, 1992

Presents eight techniques for teaching undergraduate mathematics whose main aims are (1) learning how to pose problems in an easier and more attractive form; (2) fostering usage of mathematical symbolism; and (3) checking the level of comprehension of the principal ideas. Examples illustrate each technique. (Author/MDH)

Descriptors: Competition, Elementary Secondary Education, Enrichment Activities, Higher Education

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Reiter, Clifford A. – Primus, 1992

Computational environments that provide integrated numeric, symbolic, and graphical capabilities provide new opportunities for laboratories in Numerical Analysis. Hermite interpolation is one topic that can benefit from such an environment. Describes a laboratory session using Mathematica that allows students to actively experience Hermite…

Descriptors: College Mathematics, Computer Assisted Instruction, Discovery Learning, Estimation (Mathematics)

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Francis, Richard L. – Primus, 1992

Examines infinite sets and cardinality classifications of empty, finite but not empty, and infinite through discussions of numbers that fall into particular categories. Categories discussed include perfect numbers, Mersenne primes, pseudoprimes, and transcendental numbers. Discusses the Null Or Infinite Set Effect (NOISE) and infinitude resulting…

Descriptors: College Mathematics, Higher Education, Learning Activities, Mathematical Concepts