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Case Study Projects for College Mathematics Courses Based on a Particular Function of Two Variables
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IJMEST Volume 38, Number 4, ISSN 0020-739X

Abstract

Based on a sequence of number pairs, a recent paper (Mauch, E. and Shi, Y., 2005, Using a sequence of number pairs as an example in teaching mathematics, "Mathematics and Computer Education," 39(3), 198-205) presented some interesting examples that can be used in teaching high school and college mathematics classes such as algebra, geometry, calculus, and linear algebra. In this paper, this study is generalized further to develop a few interesting case study proposals that can be used for student projects in college mathematics courses such as real functions, analytic geometry, and complex variables. In addition to using them in individual courses, these studies may also be combined to offer seminars or workshops to college mathematics students. Projects like these are likely to promote student interest and get students more involved in the learning process, and therefore make the learning process more effective. (Contains 2 figures and 1 table.)

Citation

Shi, Y. (2007). Case Study Projects for College Mathematics Courses Based on a Particular Function of Two Variables. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 38(4), 555-566. Retrieved January 19, 2020 from .

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