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interpretation of complex cartesian graphs representing situations

Claude Janvier

interpretation of complex cartesian graphs representing situations

studies and teaching experiments.

by Claude Janvier

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Published by University of Nottingham, Shell Centre for Mathematical Education in Nottingham .
Written in English


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ContributionsShell Centre for Mathematical Education.
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Interpretation of complex cartesian graphs representing situations by Claude Janvier Download PDF EPUB FB2

(Books A to Z), the use of Cartesian graphs to represent interpretation of complex cartesian graphs representing situations book is somewhat delayed, on account of the wish to begin the study of functions with relations and arrow dia­ grams The graphs of relations such as y ~ x + 2, and of the 'slide-rule' graph y ~ 2' come in the second year, well.

The book shows how, in discovery work where scientists do not initially know what to make of graphs, there is a great deal of uncertainty and scientists struggle in trying to make sense of what to. Janvier, C.,“The interpretation of complex cartesian graphs representing situations - studies and teaching experiment”.

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If a connected graph is a Cartesian product, it can be factorized uniquely as a product of prime factors, graphs that cannot themselves be decomposed as products of graphs. However, Imrich & Klavžar () describe a disconnected graph that can be expressed in two different ways as a Cartesian product of prime graphs: (K 1 + K 2 + K 2 2).

(K 1 + K 2 3) = (K 1 + K 2 2 + K 2 4. The study contributes one piece to our understanding of the complex processes involved in translation between representations. There is a need to explore interconnections with other aspects of knowledge as well.

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