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Mathematics and Computer Education

1987 Volume 21, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. The Binary Representation of Rational Numbers

    Rosemary Schmalz

    Presented are the mathematical explanation of the algorithm for representing rational numbers in base two, paper-and-pencil methods for producing the representation, some patterns in these... More

    pp. 88-92

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  2. Using Microcomputers to Clarify Probability Concepts

    Stephanie Holliman Levine & Jan Mansheim

    One way in which a computer simulation can convince students of the validity of formulas for the density and distributive functions of the sum of two variables is described. Four computer program... More

    pp. 117-25

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