An algebraic expression
may be regarded, for example, as a set of symbols to be manipulated (a process perspective), or as a structural object (object perspective).
At a later stage, by hanging the blue weights on the far side of the Number Balance, elements of an algebraic expression
can be hidden from student view.
However, as Pitso remarked, although the mnemonic constructed an empirical referent for learners, the referential relations created could not be translated into potential theoretical objects without understanding what was essential to the algebraic expression
And Andrew Bourke of the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, says the new work takes "a very narrow view of inclusive fitness theory, focusing on details of algebraic expression
of the theory at the expense of its essential insights.
An algebraic expression
such as "2a+5b" is a procept which stand dually for the process add two times a to five times b which can be manipulated mentally as an object.
In terms of algebraic expression
the five cases that received the Campus Fraternity Excellence in Scholarship Award can noted as follows: (AW = AbC + aBc + ABc + ABC).
One group of 32 students studied algebraic expression
in a CAI learning environment, while the other group of 30 students was in a CAI and ITS (CAI+ITS) environment.
The function describing this quantity can be a simple algebraic expression
, any computable function of a group of parameters, or an FEA model of physical phenomena.
Table 1 A general algebraic expression
for a hyperbola is y = (ax +b)/(sx+p) In our particular case, we are only interested in one quadrant of the hyperbola passing through the origin, in which case the equation may be simplified as y = 100 - at/(b+t) For such a small number of points as we have here, the constants may very simply be determined by trial, although the development of a least squares algorithm should not be insuperable.
Thumbing his nose at the theoretical and applied economic community, Cameron includes only one algebraic expression
(for national income, p.
When substituting numbers for pronumerals in an algebraic expression
, students are able to rely on their operational understanding to evaluate the expression.
2], ab can be translated into areas by composing the initial shape out of its component parts or, in other words, by modelling the algebraic expression