Is it possible with two words to touch three subjects?
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Romualdas Kašuba
Vilniaus universitetas
Regina Rudalevičienė
VšĮ Vilniaus „Versmės” katalikiškoji gimnazija
Published 2015-12-20
https://doi.org/10.15388/LMR.B.2015.12
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Keywords

The specifics of problem posing and comparison of consequences
distinction of solutions of similar problems
the posing of problems and their real accessibility
concrete number as possible breaking element in representing of tasks
the strategy of problem posing and its heuristical context

How to Cite

Kašuba R. and Rudalevičienė R. (2015) “Is it possible with two words to touch three subjects?”, Lietuvos matematikos rinkinys, 56(B), pp. 63–69. doi: 10.15388/LMR.B.2015.12.

Abstract

In the paper an attempt to describe what a unexpected consequencies a comparison of some two (even strickingly similiar) matters might imply.

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