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n Learning and Teaching Mathematics - From the editors

Volume 2016, Issue 21
  • ISSN : 1990-6811

Abstract

Dear LTM readers


In the first article of LTM 21, James Russo introduces a simple yet engaging mathematical board game to enhance learners' mental computation skills. In the second article in this issue, Debbie Stott builds on her experiences of using arrays to develop learners' conceptual understanding of multiplication and division. The third article, by Richard Kaufman, highlights an interesting relationship inherent in Pythagorean Triples, while in the fourth article Nicholas Kroon explores the beauty of mathematical proof. Michael de Villiers then presents two examples of appropriate generalisation activities that go beyond the normal curriculum, while in the sixth article Yiu-Kwong Man illustrates an alternative method of finding the greatest common divisor of two or more numbers.

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