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Gender and mathematics education in Pakistan: A situation analysis. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 7, No. 1, 47-62 (2010).
Classification: C60
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Leading learning within a PLC: Implementing new mathematics content. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 7, No. 1, 93-112 (2010).
Classification: B50 C79
42
“What was really accomplished today?" Mathematics content specialists observe a class for prospective $K-8$ teachers. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 7, No. 1, 75-92 (2010).
Classification: B50
43
An application of Gröbner bases. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 381-394 (2009).
Classification: R20 E50
44
Cubism and the fourth dimension. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 527-540 (2009).
Classification: M80 G40
45
Two applications of art to geometry. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 297-304 (2009).
Classification: M80
46
On the use of realistic Fermi problems for introducing mathematical modelling in school. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 331-364 (2009).
Classification: M10 D50
47
Graph isomorphisms and matrix similarity: Switching between representations. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 477-494 (2009).
Classification: K35 H65
48
Small change ‒ big difference. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 395-410 (2009).
Classification: G40
49
From trapezoids to the fundamental theorem of calculus. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 459-476 (2009).
Classification: G34 R24 I54 I55
50
Sum of $n$ consecutive numbers. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 495-496 (2009).
Classification: F60
51
Mathematical curiosities about division of integers. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 411-422 (2009).
Classification: F43 C33
52
Intuitions of “infinite numbers": Infinite magnitude vs. infinite representation. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 305-330 (2009).
Classification: E65
53
Mathematical beauty and its characteristics ‒ A study on the students’ points of view. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 365-380 (2009).
Classification: E43 E44 C23 C24
54
If mathematics is a language, how do you swear in it? (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 449-458 (2009).
Classification: E40
55
Who can solve $2x=1$? ‒ An analysis of cognitive load related to learning linear equation solving. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 435-448 (2009).
Classification: C33 H33
56
What’s all the commotion over commognition? (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 541-544 (2009).
Classification: C30 C50
57
The contributions of the comprehension tests to the cognitive and affective development of prospective teachers: A case study. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 497-526 (2009).
Classification: B50 C79
58
Helping teachers un-structure: A promising approach. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 3, 423-434 (2009).
Classification: B50 C60 D50
59
Undergraduate student difficulties with independent and mutually exclusive events concepts. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 6, No. 1-2, 47-56 (2009).
Classification: K55 D75
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