Revista latinoamericana de investigación en matemática educativa
Print version ISSN 1665-2436
From a socioepistomological view, the intertwined social practices and self-generated social representations, establish a dialog different from the prevailing school discourse. In this report, we reflect about mathematics majors' argumentations about the geometric construction of the quadratic and logarithm functions using a geometric dynamic system. This work has been developed using the engineering didactic as a research method hence we include some reflections from the mathematical school discourse, from the epistemology of the logarithm function, and a brief state of the art about these notions.
Keywords : Socioepistemology; logarithmic curve; covariation; dynamic geometry.