Number Treasury 3: Investigations, Facts and Conjectures about More Than 100 Number Families

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Margaret J. Kenney, Stanley J. Bezuszka, "Number Treasury 3: Investigations, Facts and Conjectures about More Than 100 Number Families"
English | ISBN: 9814603694 | 2015 | 324 pages | PDF | 5 MB

This resource volume is an enlargement as well as an update of the previous edition. The book aims to introduce the reader to over 100 different families of positive integers. A brief historical note accompanies the descrions and examples of several of the families together with a mix of routine exercises and problems as well as some thought provokers to solve. Number Treasury3 especially aims to stimulate further study beyond the scope of the introductory treatment given in the book. The emphasis in Number Treasury3 is on doing not proving. However, the reader is directed to think critically about situations, to provide explanations, to make generalizations, and to formulate conjectures. To engage the reader from the start, the book begins with a set of rich Investigations. These are standalone activities that represent each of the chapters of the book.

Readership: Secondary and intermediate classroom teacher and tertiary mathematics education instructor; undergraduates whose interest is in teaching mathematics at the pre-tertiary level and the segment of the general public for whom mathematics might be a hobby.


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