PENINGKATAN PEMAHAMAN KALKULUS MELALUI SIMULASI DAN GRAFIK

Fadliondi Fadliondi, Haris Isyanto, Prian Gagani Chamdareno

Abstract


Kalkulus merupakan ilmu yang sangat penting dalam memahami ilmu ilmu lain yang berkaitan dengan teknik elektro. Mahasiswa terkadang mengalami kesulitan untuk memahami fungsi fungsi terutama fungsi 3 dimensi sehingga simulasi dan grafik dianggap bisa membantu. Pembelajaran tentang kalkulus dengan memakai simulasi dan grafik telah dilaksanakan. Hasil menunjukkan bahwa setelah diberikan simulasi dan grafik, terlihat peningkatan yang sangat signifikan pada jumlah mahasiswa yang dapat menjawab soal-soal yang diberikan dengan benar.


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