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Title: Using GeoGebra to study complex functions
Author: Breda, Ana
Santos, José Manuel dos Santos dos
Keywords: GeoGebra
Complex functions
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Universidade do Algarve
Abstract: The aim of this workshop to present some of the strategies studied to use GeoGebra in the analysis of complex functions. The proposed tasks focus on complex analysis topics target for students of the 1st year of higher education, which can be easily adapted to pre-university students. In the first part of this workshop we will illustrate how to use the two graphical windows of GeoGebra to represent complex functions of complex variable. The second part will present the use of the dynamic color Geogebra in order to obtain Coloring domains that correspond to the graphic representation of complex functions. Finally, we will use the threedimensional graphics window in GeoGebra to study the component functions of a complex function. During the workshop will be provided scripts orientation of the different tasks proposed to be held on computers with Geogebra version 5.0 or high.
Peer review: yes
ISBN: 978-989-8472-68-7
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