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A game of functions.

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Published by Crowell in New York .
Written in English


  • Functions -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Graphic methods -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Functions.,
  • Graphic methods.

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About the Edition

Gives directions for a game which demonstrates the basic principles of functions and graphs.

Edition Notes

StatementIllustrated by Enrico Arno.
SeriesA Young math book
ContributionsArno, Enrico, illus.
LC ClassificationsQA331.3 .F76 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination33 p.
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5042768M
ISBN 10069000544X, 0690005458
LC Control Number74002266

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Basic Management Functions Great success in any enter prise comes from a balanced combination of three elements: the mission, the leadership, and the people who make it happen. By far the most important is the mission. —Roger Dawson 1 CHAPTER O BJECTIVES • Establish the bene ts of planning and address the implications of the failure to plan. Function Machine Division: If you think the numbers are being divided by 2, simply enter ÷2. While there are many ways to show division by 2, this machine is a bit lazy and will always opt for the easiest function. The purpose of this lesson is for students to have fun working with functions. There are a lot of great functions activities and games that I've come across from blogs and the internet and this lesson is a compilation of these resources. We start with a functions activity created by Dan Meyer. You can find the activity here. In this activity. This book presents Advanced Calculus from a geometric point of view: instead of dealing with partial derivatives of functions of several variables, the derivative of the function is treated as a linear transformation between normed linear spaces. Not only does this lead to a simplified and transparent exposition of “difficult” results like.