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Proceedings of the 18th LACCEI International Multi-Conference for Engineering, Education, and Technology: Engineering, Integration, And Alliances for A Sustainable Development" "Hemispheric Cooperation for Competitiveness and Prosperity on A Knowledge-Based Economy"
The analysis of the variational behavior of the variables that are part of a function is an important aspect in the construction of mathematical models that describe phenomena of reality, a skill that is fundamental in the training of future engineers. This article presents the results of a study whose objective was to describe and analyze the levels of covariational reasoning presented by engineering students within the theoretical framework proposed by Carlson and Larsen (2003) . For thisdoi:10.18687/laccei2020.1.1.406 fatcat:nldz67j3yfhpnmz6botsjktxlu