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### S1170122 presentation

1. 1. About a system for education of the mathematics s1170122 Kazuki Funada
2. 2. ABSTRACT● I explain the graph of the quadratic function mainly.● How do I realize this research.● Why did I intend to do such a research.
3. 3. INTRODUCTION● I explain the graph of the quadratic function.● What is the method to draw the graph of the quadratic function?● The system which becomes convenience for the student who is weak in mathematics.
4. 4. METHODOLOGY and/or PROCEDURE● Refer to the book about the quadratic function.● Refer to a book about the Java language.● Set environment to be able to display a graph.● I investigate it how many the student exists who is weak in mathematics.
5. 5. FINDINGS The Java language can not only display theoutput result of the source code on a display, butalso can draw the graph of the quadratic function by use applet.In addition, I understood that the Java language can display a text field by introducing a specific method.
6. 6. RESULTS and/or DISCUSSION In the present times, most of students have asmartphone. In addition, I understood that many students assumed mathematics a weak point. Therefore I want to provide this system for the smartphone application for the student who is weak in mathematics.
7. 7. CONCLUSION and FUTURE WORK Im completed to a method to draw the graph of the quadratic function now.I want to think that transform the graph of a drawnquadratic function and the system becomes more plain system in future.
8. 8. APPENDICES and LIST OF REFERENCES Hiroshi K. (1975, Jan.). I.I.A.S.A Laxenburg, Austria. MAXIMIZATION OF A CONVEX QUADRATIC FUNCTION UNDER LINEAR CONSTRAINTS. [Online]. 11(11), PP. 1.Available:http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007% 2FBF01580380?LI=true