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

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**fact**, in 1911 , the State of New York presented an arithmetic syllabus in which algebra was suggested , especially ...**facts**could be learned from the early study of geometry , 189 James H. Shipley : Algebra in the Elementary Schools ...Page 305

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**facts**and mental training were the two reasons for teaching geometry . He realized that not everyone had use for the**facts**but " the methods and habits of correct geometrical work -- the logical reasoning from known premise to their ...Page 462

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**facts**about investment , budgets , and other concepts not usually associated with mathematics . Upon being questioned on the matter , the professor answered : You are right , Mr. Hughes , in suggesting that this is not pure mathematics ...### Common terms and phrases

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