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- Neven Jurkovic
- ISSAC
- 2001

Using powerful Computer Algebra programs for mathematics education has been steadily gaining popularity, regardless of inherent user-unfriendliness exhibited by such systems. Algebrator [4, 5] is a CAS specifically designed to teach high-school algebra. Despite its limited domain (or may be because of it), it has proven to be useful to students requiring… (More)

- Neven Jurkovic
- ACM Conference on Computer Science
- 1987

In this paper we shall describe the basic design of EDUSYM 133, as well as recent improvement of the system. EDUSYM has primarily been developed to fill a gap that currently exists between programs for math (algebra) education and computer algebra systems. While the former lack a generality to be successfully used in a math classroom, the latter, despite… (More)

- Neven Jurkovic
- Applied Informatics
- 1999

- Neven Jurkovic
- SYMSAC
- 1986

The majority of today's computer algebra systems are huge programs that are only available on mainframe computers. One of the rare exceptions is the muMATH system which can be run on the variety of microcomputers. It was primarily designed to be used by students in high school or college. However, muMATH is meant to be a tool for the person who already… (More)

- Neven Jurkovic
- 2000

Since it is generally considered that the role of a Computer Algebra System (CAS) in education is to enable students to solve hard, real-life problems without getting bogged down in minutiae of symbolic computation, the issue of generating plain drill exercises within CAS environment is usually not viewed as important. The premise of this paper is that… (More)

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