Linear Homogenous Linear Differential Equations of Third and Fourth order through GeoGebra Software for Engineering Students

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Proceedings of ‏The 2nd International Conference on Research in Teaching and Education

Year: 2020


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Linear Homogenous Linear Differential Equations of Third and Fourth order through GeoGebra Software for Engineering Students

Jorge Olivares1and Elvis Valero2*



Several authors have proposed the use of GeoGebra software for the development of learning in various areas of physical sciences, mathematics and engineering.We use GeoGebra, because it is a free software, this tells us that it isfree for teachers and students. Thisalso present the convenience that can be downloaded and installed on home and universe computers, aswell asmobile phone application.Today, there are many applications of GeoGebra to find the solutions of differential equations. In our case we will see some animated and dynamic constructions of applets of solutions forcertain homogeneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients of third and fourth order, which are created inthe course of differential equations for engineering careers at the Universidad Antofagasta in Chile.In previous works [8, 10]is quoted as saying that thanks to GeoGebra, alsois possible to obtain the result of the exercise of a function quickly and accurately. It is used forsupporting the theory of each concept (straight, exponential) detailed in the mathematical content, antto verify the results obtained by solving the exercises in a traditional way.This work is the continuation of the teaching and work project “Interactive animations and creations in linear differential equations of the first order: the case of GeoGebra.

Keywords:GeoGebra, tics, differential equations, animations, education.

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Jorge Olivares

Universidad de Antofagasta, Antofagasta-Chile

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Elvis Valero

Universidad de Tarapacá,Arica-Chile


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