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International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology

1999 Volume 30, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Estimating Logarithms with College Algebra Students

    Rick Kreminski

    Presents ways to improve the accuracy of approximations of logarithms in a college-algebra course. (Author/ASK) More

    pp. 197-206

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  2. Mature Students Studying Mathematics

    Keith Hirst

    Discusses mature students in the single subject area of mathematics in a single institution and makes comparisons with traditional universities. Reviews some features of the age distribution, entry... More

    pp. 207-13

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  3. Assessing Academic and Creative Abilities in Mathematics at Four Levels of Understanding

    Nava L. Livne, Oren E. Livne & Roberta M. Milgram

    Develops a mapping sentence to construct test items measuring academic and creative abilities in mathematics at four levels. Describes the three stages of the process of developing the mapping... More

    pp. 227-42

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