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Beauty as fit: an empirical study of mathematical proofs. (English)

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One problem, nine student-produced proofs. (English)

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Quality and equity in mathematics education: a Swedish perspective. (English)

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High achievement in mathematics education in India: A report from Mumbai. (English)

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Key ideas and insights in the context of three high school geometry proofs. (English)

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Epistemological messages conveyed by three high-school and college mathematics textbooks. (English)

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Key Ideas: What are they and how can they help us understand how people view proof? (English)

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Coordinating informal and formal aspects of mathematics: student behavior and textbook messages. (English)

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