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|John Taylor; University of Brighton|
|Taylor's other activities include Maple generated animations: vary gradients or intercepts in equations for a straight line, change coefficients of quadratic curves or cubic curves, draw tangents to conics, model a non-differentiable surface, and construct a torus or mobius bands. His teaching modules are on sets and relations, linear systems, reasoned programming, abstract algebra, and graphs and networks, each with outlines and specifications, or requirements. The Graphs and Networks module also contains a glossary of basic graph theory terminology, and an introduction to Maple’s networks package; several other modules offer course notes and examination summaries. Taylor also offers his research papers on formal underpinnings for object technology, visual reasoning research, and diagrammatic reasoning.|
|Resource Types:||Graphics, Course Notes, Simulations, Articles, Dictionaries, Glossaries, Thesauri, Maple|
|Math Topics:||Equations, Graphing Equations, Polynomials, Systems of Linear Equations, Modern Algebra, Graph Theory, Conic Sections and Circles, Topology|
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