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Our task for this week is to master the axiomatically meaningless task of visualization of numbers and functions. We will learn how to interpret graphically all of the following:

- A number , the order relation and the absolute value of a
difference .
- Intervals such as
,
,
,
and
.
- A point in the plane. (Notice the sad clash of notation).
- The graphs of the functions , and
.
- The Euclidean distance function
.
- The parabola and the graphs of for several 's.
- The graphs of
,
,
and
.
- The graphs of
,
,
and
.
- The graphs of
,
and
.
- The circle
, the ellipse
and the hyperbola
.

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