@inbook {MATHEDUC.06419927,
author = {Ru\'\i z-Hidalgo, Juan F. and Fern\'andez-Plaza, Jos\'e A.},
title = {Analysis of tasks on calculations of limits involving notable equations. (An\'alisis de tareas de c\'alculo de l\'\i mites en un punto en las que intervienen identidades notables.)},
year = {2013},
booktitle = {Research in mathematical didactics},
isbn = {978-84-9045-095-6},
pages = {127-134},
publisher = {Granada: Universidad de Granada},
abstract = {Summary: One of the difficulties identified in investigations in advanced mathematical thinking is the break with algebraic thinking and its procedures. Continuously, calculus is based on algebraic skills, but at the same time, to get dominate analytical thinking requires moving away from algebraic thinking and become aware of the differences that exist between them. This paper is devoted to the relationship between the structural sense and errors that students demonstrate when performing tasks that involve algebraic identities and the errors when calculating finite limits of functions at a point, corresponding to uncertainties of type $0/0$, which can be solved by simplifying algebraic fractions in which appear notable equations.},
msc2010 = {I24xx (H24xx D74xx)},
identifier = {2015b.00775},
}