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David E. Thomas

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Posted: Jun 15, 1995 7:15 PM
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In light of the graphing calculator and CAS some of the
techniques that use to be taught are no longer as important as they use
to be. For example does anybody teach log tables anymore? What about
rationalizing the denominator? I would be very interested in whether
others are thinking about topics that might no longer be as important and
are there topics that you no longer teach or are going to no longer teach.

Dr. David Thomas Centenary College of Louisiana
Department of Mathematics P. O. Box 41188
thomas@beta.centenary.edu Shreveport, LA 71134-1188
voice 318 - 869 - 5035 fax 318 - 869 - 5026






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