Broken-Line Functions with Unbroken Domains

Pavel Satianov, Michael Fried, Miriam Amit

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Abstract

Presents a method for introducing students to broken-line functions with unbroken domains. Concludes that a unit on broken-line functions should enhance students' understanding of the function concept. (ASK)
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)574-577
Number of pages4
JournalThe Mathematics teacher
Volume92
Issue number7
StatePublished - 1999

Keywords

  • Line graphs
  • Mathematical intervals
  • Secondary school mathematics
  • Line segments
  • Teachers
  • Linear transformations
  • Graphing calculators
  • Mathematical functions
  • Slope of a line
  • Mathematics education
  • Algebra
  • Mathematics Instruction
  • Mathematics Activities
  • Functions (Mathematics)
  • Secondary Education
  • Secondary School Mathematics
  • Teaching Methods
  • FUNCTIONS (MATHEMATICS)
  • Study and teaching
  • Functions
  • Mathematics
  • Graphs

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