2 edition of Choice of operation in verbal arithmetic problems found in the catalog.
Choice of operation in verbal arithmetic problems
Reprinted from Educational Studies in mathematics, 15(1984),pp.129-147.
|Other titles||Educational Studies in mathematics.|
|Statement||Alan Bell, Efraim Fischbein, and Brian Greer.|
|Contributions||Fischbein, Efraim, 1920-, Greer, Brian.|
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AN ANALYSIS OF DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED BY SOME SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE PUPILS IN THE SOLVING OF VERBAL ARITHMETIC PROBLEMS by Beaaie H. Chamber., R. S. C. J. A Thesta Submitted to the Faculty of the School of Loyola aity in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of the Degree of of Art. February •. This 11 plus mathematics book provides practice for solving worded problems. Mathematical worded problems test comprehension skills and manipulation of data. This workbook comprises 14 chapters, each made up of 45 questions. Each chapter tests a different mathematical topic over three difficulty levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
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