| 1922 - 948 sider
...on Mathematical Requirements are being generally followed. Portions of their recommendations follow. **"Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited...to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications, either in common... | |
| 1915 - 830 sider
...analyze a problem, to formulate it mathematically, and to interpret the result must be dominent aims. **Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
| 1921 - 1190 sider
...analyze a problem, to formulate it mathematically, and to interpret the result must be dominant aims. **Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
| National Committee on Mathematical Requirements - 1922 - 84 sider
...analyze a problem, to formulate it mathematically, and to interpret the result must be dominant aims. **Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
| 1922 - 432 sider
...until this question is decided? We cannot but endorse the statement at the top of page 3 which reads: **"Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited...to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
| Percival Mallon Symonds - 1923 - 104 sider
...the report entitled "The Reorganization of the First Courses in Secondary School Mathematics" we find **"Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited...to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
| Jacob William Albert Young - 1924 - 484 sider
...analyze a problem, to formulate it mathematically, and to interpret the result must be dominant aims. **Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
| John Roscoe Clark - 1925 - 170 sider
...If, as the National Committee insists, iDistributed by the Bureau of Publications, Teachers College. **drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
| John Addison Clement - 1923 - 564 sider
...required work. School Review, Vol. XXVII, 1919, p. 441, Discuss. B. REFLECTIVE AND RESEARCH PROBLEMS. 1. **Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
| Edward Aloysius Pace, Thomas Edward Shields - 1922 - 648 sider
...manipulation to the use of formulas and the solution of worded problems. To quote from the Report, page 9: **"Drill in algebraic manipulation should be limited...to those processes and to the degree of complexity** required for a thorough understanding of principles and for probable applications either in common... | |
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