Increasing the competence of future economists to improve the effectiveness of training in the context of achieving the principles of sustainable development
Objective: The study aims to shed light on the opportunity of using the KmPlot software in teaching the topics of further mathematics associated with the study of functions, as well as to substantiate the feasibility of its use.
Methods: The conducted experimental study using the methods of observation, analysis, systematization, and pedagogical experiment provides qualitative and quantitative information on the expediency of using KmPlot in teaching further mathematics.
Results: The results obtained indicate an increase in the level of learning outcomes when using the KmPlot software, i.e. improved learning outcomes of future economists in the study of further mathematics by means of freely distributed computer mathematical programs.
Conclusion: The use of licensed software by Russian universities may become a topical problem in current realities. Free software products for learning further mathematics, such as graphing software, can serve as a good alternative.
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