In this paper, we focus on the advantages of studying mathematics from analytical, graphical and geometric perspectives. Using Casio’s ClassPad 300 (), we present activities on problems involving abstract concepts and real life applications. These activities viewed from the analytical, graphical, tabular and geometric points of view, promote creative ways to facilitate the learning of mathematics that inspire students with varying levels of ability. Consequently, students develop a profound appreciation and a deeper understanding of mathematics.
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