## The Development of the Idea of Unified Mathematics in the Secondary School Curriculum, 1890-1930, Volume 2 |

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**claimed**that he was going back to California to set up a " course in experimental mathematics , not arithmetic , nor algebra , nor geometry , but just simple plain mathematics . If you don't put up partitions they need not be taken down ...Page 343

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**claimed**knowledge , intel- lectual culture and mental discipline to be the three values of mathematics teaching . Knowledge , he thought , was necessary to understand the world . Similarily he**claimed**that a " cultural appreciation of ...Page 464

Solberg Einar Sigurdson. many studies on the uses of algebra ,

Solberg Einar Sigurdson. many studies on the uses of algebra ,

**claimed**that the only parts of algebra that had relevance to life were the formula and the statistical graph , which was cer- tainly a lot less than had ...**claimed**that ...### Common terms and phrases

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