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Is There Calculus without the Fundamental Theorem?
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Mathematics and Computer Education Volume 25, Number 2, ISSN 0730-8639

Abstract

Under the assumption that the current perplexing state of calculus instruction is a result of the presuppositions inherent within conventional teaching practices, the author examines why calculus is taught the way it is, indicates unprofitable practices that result from the way calculus is taught, and recommends possible ameliorative actions. (JJK)

Citation

Johnson, M.L. (1991). Is There Calculus without the Fundamental Theorem?. Mathematics and Computer Education, 25(2), 165. Retrieved November 20, 2019 from .

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