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

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**included**, 238 These often there was still room for problems involved finding heights of trees knowing the length 239 of the shadow they cast . A number of texts**included**trigonometry in the section on similar triangles , which then ...Page 384

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**included**. 116 When most others who had had anything to do with secon- dary mathematics had either always maintained ...**included**a chapter on trigonometry and 117 another on the equation , these two being somewhat apart from the main ...Page 504

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**included**. 142 One characteristic of these books was the lack of unification between the various branches . Schorling and Clark published a series called Modern ...**included**. ...### Common terms and phrases

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