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

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**discussion**of them . The statements of the theorems of plane geometry , arranged in some logical order . A good**discussion**of methods a very • few sample proofs , illustrating the different methods of attack . A good body of exercises ...Page 311

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**discussions**was the introduction of problems . Though the earlier books had contained innumerable exercises , they had not included the kind of problems that now appeared in many of the books . Even the relatively conservative D. E. ...Page 452

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**discussions**of correlated or uni- fied mathematics of the type advocated by the Uni- versity of Chicago group were ...**Discussion**on the National Committee Report on the Junior High School , " MT , XIV ( 1921 ) , 24 . 46 Ibid . , p . 38 ...### Common terms and phrases

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