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Volume 54: Issue 7 (Nov 1961): November 1961
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The Mathematics Teacher
Print ISSN:
0025-5769
Online ISSN:
2330-0582
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Mathematics from the modern viewpoint
Letters to the editor
The geometry of space and time
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The psychological appeal of deductive proof
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Formalization and sterilization
Constructing logic puzzles
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Mathematics projects
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Nomography
The additive inverse in elementary algebra
Probability and statistics in the twelfth year?
Suggestions to the applicant for a National Science Foundation institute
Teaching seventh-grade mathematics by television to homogeneously grouped below-average pupils
A solution for certain types of partitioning problems
A bibliography for careers in mathematics
Experimental Programs: A study of pupil age and achievement in eighth-grade algebra
Historically Speaking,—: Some uses of graphing before Descartes
The co-ordinate system of Descartes
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Points and Viewpoints: An open letter on teaching machines and programed instruction
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Tips for Beginners: 1024 tosses
Mathematical bingo
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