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Computer Animated Mathematics Videotapes

Apostol, Tom M. (2002) Computer Animated Mathematics Videotapes. In: Multimedia Tools for Communicating Mathematics. Mathematics and Visualization. Springer Berlin Heidelberg , Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 1-27. ISBN 9783642627019.

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Visualization — the representation of ideas, principles or problems by images — has always played an important role in both teaching and learning mathematics. Visual images make a much greater impact than printed or spoken words. People tend to forget words that they read or hear, but images are retained for a long time because they have emotional as well as intellectual appeal. This is especially true when the images are in motion and are accompanied by music and sound effects. The impact of well-crafted televised images on the human mind has been exploited by entertainers, advertisers, and politicians since the advent of television.

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Subject Keywords:Computer Animation; Central Angle; Addition Formula; Vertex Angle; Sine Curve
Series Name:Mathematics and Visualization
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Deposited By: George Porter
Deposited On:28 Aug 2019 20:23
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