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La investigación en estimación en cálculo

Segovia Álex, Isidoro and De Castro Hernández, Carlos (2007) La investigación en estimación en cálculo. In Investigaciones en Educación Matemática: Pensamiento Numérico. Libro homenaje a Jorge Cázares Solórzano. Encarnación Castro y José Luis Lupiáñez/Editorial Universidad de Granada, Granada, pp. 213-236. ISBN 978-84-338-4542-9

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Abstract

Este trabajo constituye una revisión actualizada de las investigaciones realizadas sobre estimación en cálculo; previamente se realiza una definición de estimación, tipos de estimación así como los elementos y características de la misma y el interés que tiene para la enseñanza.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:Educación Matemática, Estimación en cálculo, Revisión de investigaciones, Mathematics Education, Computational Estimation, Review of Research
Subjects:Humanities > Education > Mathematics study and teaching
ID Code:12834
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