mathematical concepts 
The aim of this paper is to define some mathematical concepts which are useful to measure the speed of convergence of a sequence and to compare two converging sequences.


In 1990 a workshop on the Mathematical Concepts (or Principles) of Dependable Systems was held at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach in Germany.


These tutorial and selfassessment materials are intended for asynchronous use as a review of mathematical concepts and skills including functional performance with calculators.


The introduction of new mathematical concepts to biology and medicine, on the other hand, is difficult because of the absence of a strong mathematical foundation.


It initiated the development of new mathematical concepts which analyse evolution as a complex process viewed simultaneously in concentration space, sequence space, and shape space.


It is also an accessible and practical context for exploring mathematical concepts such as tessellations, ornament design, symmetry, scale, proportion and composition in a tangible and stimulating way.


Mathematical concepts are developed to treat transport phenomena with which a comparison of different lakes under certain systematic aspects becomes possible.


These new points of view exhibit the relation of the financial laws with other mathematical concepts, as it is proved in this work.


The failure to subject these figures to critical analysis is a form of innumeracy, the inability to deal effectively with mathematical concepts.


The paper describes how a number of wellknown mathematical concepts ought to be modified in order to make sense within the scope of numerical analysis.


The basic mathematical concepts are briefly touched upon in the beginning which help explain the subsequent development.


Using picture books to teach mathematical concepts


The values of block play include development of handeye coordination, thinking skills, language development, cooperation among children, mathematical concepts, and many others.


Negative instances and the acquisition of the mathematical concepts of commutativity and associativity


The effects of negative instances in the acquisition of the mathematical concepts of commutativity and associativity were examined.


Negative instances and the acquisition of the mathematical concepts of commutativity and associativity


The effects of negative instances in the acquisition of the mathematical concepts of commutativity and associativity were examined.


The course seeks to move students from rigid reliance on rules without understanding (rule orientation) to an understanding of mathematical concepts and flexibility in problem solving (concept orientation).


Preservice teachers' representations of children's understanding of mathematical concepts: conflicts and conflict resolution


The purpose of this study was to investigate the extent to which research experience could enhance preservice teachers' understanding of children's knowledge of mathematical concepts.

