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A First Course in Mathematics Concepts for Elementary School Teachers

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A First Course in Mathematics Concepts for Elementary School Teachers
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Publisher: Arkansas Tech University
Number of pages: 452

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Problem-solving is the cornerstone of school mathematics. The techniques discussed in this book should help you to become a better problem solver and should show you how to help others develop their problem-solving skills.

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