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

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**less**obvious theorems , for example , " Vertical angles are equal . " At any rate , the announcement of this syllabus was a complete victory for those who had so vigorously advo- cated the slackening of the rigorous Euclidean geometry ...Page 342

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**less**complacent in their belief in mental discipline . The word " transfer " came into more use and with it came the idea that it was necessary to teach for transfer . Although , as mentioned earlier , mathematics edu- cators had ...Page 479

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**less**optimistic about the future of algebra . He insisted that algebra had " spread itself so thin " that it was now forced to retreat on all fronts . To him it was evident that algebra had seen its last in the eighth grade , and was ...### Common terms and phrases

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