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developmentof mathematical activity in children the place of the problem in this development: a report prepared for the Sub-Committee on Mathematical Instruction of the British National Committee for Mathematics by the Research and Development Panelof the Association of Teachers of Mathematics. by Association of Teachers of Mathematics. Research and Development Panel.

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Published by Association of Teachers of Mathematics in Nelson, Lancs .
Written in English


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ContributionsBritish National Committee for Mathematics. Sub-Committee on Mathematical Institution.
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Pagination80p. :
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL21004159M

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