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

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Solberg Einar Sigurdson. First he declared that the

Solberg Einar Sigurdson. First he declared that the

**idea**of correlation was not new ; Francis Bacon and many others had thought of this . Smith claimed that he agreed " with all of it except the mixing of ...**idea**of correlation was ...Page 531

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**ideas**on correlation , but soon realized the difficulties of such a course . He then took up the unification of mathematics**idea**that Perry had recommended and that had stood so prominently in the correlation theories of the Chicago ...Page 535

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**idea**, general mathematics , arose in the area of unified mathematics . William D. Reeve and Raleigh Schorling , both of whom had taught under Breslich at Chicago , published a ninth - grade textbook that went by this name . But the ...### Common terms and phrases

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