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Educational experiences about using different computer programs in calculus courses at the University of Kaposvár Anna Takács Klingné University of Kaposvar, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Mathematics and Physics Department Second Central- and Eastern European Conference on Computer Algebra- and Dynamic Geometry Systems in Mathematics Education 11-13 July, 2009 RISC, Linz, Austria
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University of Kaposvár Faculty of Pedagogy Faculty of Animal Science Faculty of Economic Science Faculty of Arts
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My students study: Agribusiness and agricultural rural development programme Agricultural engineering programme Finance and accountancy programme Subject and number of subject per week taught by Mathematic Department 1. semester 2. semester 3. semester Finance BA Calculus I. 2+2 (Analysis) Calculus II. 2+2 (Probability and Linear algebra) Optimization 2+2 Agricultural rural development BSc Calculus I. 2+2 Agricultural engineering BSc Calculus I. 2+2
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We find that our students have little success in mathematics. But why it is? One of his reasons, that the higher education became multitudinous On the other hand: the problem is that in the teaching-learning process the foundations of is left for higher education
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Before starting studying the students are assisted from mathematics. We ask the number and function abstraction and about the model creation in the test. We reveal their deficiencies based on their solutions. The pretest
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We found out that our students have deficiencies in the following: The order of doing operations on numbers ( this is very important) The rules of the index laws Methods of fractions Etc…
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The teaching-learning process in damaged on the different levels of the education. How can we make up for there differences
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 112 taught by Professor Jarvis during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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