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How should students say in words the notation for a limit?

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Teaching a student who refuses to learn

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How to get better at proofs

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How should one approach the concept of "plus or minus", such as in the numerator of the quadratic formula?

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Are some people unteachable at mathematical problem solving?

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How to choose random student to answer questions?

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How do I convince my teachers that a book on maths must focus on conceptual understanding?

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How can I learn to write better questions to test for conceptual understanding?

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College undergraduate geometry courses

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What do I study in calculus beyond the minimum required for undergraduate engineering?

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Adding things to bunches of things vs multiplication

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High school maths textbook for talented students

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Selected Exercise for Linear Algebra Done Right Edition 3

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How important is making definitions plausible?

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MacLane-Birkhoff's "Algebra" vs Jacobson's "Basic Algebra I,II" vs Lang's "Algebra"

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Are there mathematical proof info-graphics?

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The word "numeral", is it being taught and does the word exist for it in your language?

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Practical case for solving with system of 2 equations

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Should school syllabus include chapters partially?

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Examples of solving for unknowns using equivalence relations that are not equality, inequality, or boolean truth?

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Self-Study of Calculus Two

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Category mistakes regarding symbols and their impact on math (mis) understanding. ( Object symbol/ sentence symbol confusion)

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Good textbooks for a college Basic Geometry course?

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Collaborative note taking

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Interpretation of how to define "bigger" and "smaller" real numbers

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What is the name of the form of the line equation $y = m(x-x0)+y0$

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Is "Volume of Solids of Revolution" a part of Cal I or Cac II

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Need to learn recurrence relation discrete mathematics

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Developing abductive (problem-solving) skills

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Quote to show students don't have to fear making mistakes