Approaching Precalculus Mathematics Discretely
by Philip G. Lewis
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Mathematics and Computers Honors
- For students in grades 6-12
- Course Description:This course will introduce students to programming as a mathematical activity. The students will receive instruction in the fundamentals of a list processing language similar to Scheme, which is used in computer science courses at the college level.
Students will explore programming techniques, including; flow of control, functions and function composition, variables and variable scoping and computer graphics.
Emphasis will be on using programming and discrete math to explore pre-calculus concepts.
- Course Dates: This course was offered over the summer of 2005 and during the 2005-2006 school year
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