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In Brazil we have identified a predilection of the authors of Mathematical History books for the discussion of the fundamentals of Differential and Integral Calculus. On the other hand, when we consider the teaching of Mathematics in the school context, it is essential to know the teaching of the historical and dynamic evolution of the concepts, moreover, mathematical objects more close to the Brazilian school reality. Thus, the present work discusses the notion of Catalan numbers, includingdoi:10.24193/adn.11.1.3 fatcat:knrb7zfhl5fxbcpokgbcutdudq