2 edition of Three major difficulties in the learning of demonstrative geometry found in the catalog.
Three major difficulties in the learning of demonstrative geometry
Rolland R. Smith
|Other titles||Demonstrative geometry.|
|Statement||by Rolland R. Smith ...|
|LC Classifications||QA461 .S66 1940|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p.l., 65 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||40014857|
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Particular errors and data on the numbers of students committing them. 33, () 99 - Three Major Difficulties In The Learning Of Demonstrative Geometry Rolland R. Smith Part II - Description and Evaluation Of Methods Used To Remedy Errors The title tells it all.
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A Preliminary Course precedes the Demonstrative Course. It had long been the experience of the authors that many pupils become permanently discouraged at the very beginning of demonstrative geometry by the simultaneous appearance of too many difficulties.