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A wide range of calculus concepts that cause problems for students have been identified
by researchers. In particular, students’ difficulties with the abstract concepts of rate of change
(Orton, 1984), limit (Francis, 1993; Tall & Vinner, 1981), and function (Dreyfus & Eisenberg,
1982; Even, 1993) have been mentioned. Researchers have recognized the great potential of the
CAS in enriching, enlightening, and expanding students’ learning. The possibility of adding
graphical and numerical viewpoints to the traditional symbolic ones has been seen as the most
important advantage of using technologies. A little mechanical help, used judiciously, could
reveal clearly the insights behind the mathematical ideas being addressed (Gordon, 1993; Zorn,
1992). Computer graphics have made possible the visual presentation of many of the dynamic
phenomena studied in calculus. This capability has suggested many pedagogical possibilities
(Kowalczyk & Hausknecht, 1994; Steen, 1988)

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