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

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**material**" was usually left out aditional course , they had added new**material**burse : onometry containing many easy problems , shes a good example of this delay . Other les are found in the use of logarithms , the e rule , standardized ...Page 412

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**material**, " while correlation and fusion referred to the manner in which the**material**was " arranged or interwoven . 11 But for Betz , general mathe- matics had even further connotations . The selection of**material**in general ...Page 519

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**material**of " general mathematics " found its way into the course . Again , this book did not emphasize a unification of the**material**and especially since it was designed as an alternate course , might well have been categorized under ...### Common terms and phrases

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