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Posted at Nov 01/2018 07:06AM by Stu 1:
Covariational reasoning: mental activities involved in coordinating two varying quantities while being aware of the ways in which the quantities change in relation to each other.
Posted at Nov 01/2018 07:24AM by Stu 1:
Motion: A conceived objects varying positions at different points in time relative to an original position.
Quantity: A conceptual entity, composed of an object, an attribute of the object, a unit or dimension that can be used to measure the attribute of the object, and a process by which to assign a numerical value to the quantity. *Quantities exist in people's conceptions of situations.
Quantification: process of assigning numerical values (measures) to a quantity in order to convey how much of it there is.
Quantitative Structure: A network of quantities and the relationships among these quantities.
Quantitative reasoning: analyzing a problem/situation in terms of the quantities involved in the situation and the relationships among these quantities.
Image of a problem's context: How a student imagines a situation being described in a problem.
Calculations orientation:A focus and language of procedures, numbers, and operations.
Conceptual orientation: A focus on the rich network of connections among situations, ideas, and relationships between ideas.
Posted at Nov 01/2018 08:36AM by Stu 9:
Difference-a quantity constituted by an additive comparison of two quantities. Comparing two quantities with the intent to find the excess of one against the other is a quantitative operation.
Ratio-a comparison of two quantities multiplicatively.
Rate-mentally reflectively abstracted constant ratio in the context of a problem.