Problem-Solving Strategies for Efficient and Elegant Solutions, Grades 6-12: A Resource for the Mathematics Teacher
This updated edition presents ten strategies for solving a wide range of mathematics problems, plus new sample problems.
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Introduction to ProblemSolving Strategies
Finding a Pattern
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