Mathematics Teacher (1952) Vol. 45, No. 2
THE MATHEMATICS TEAC HER Volume XLV Number 2 The Place' of Mathematics in Human Affairs and Related Curriculum Problems* ' By WILLIAM B ETZ Rochester, New York PRELIMINARY CoNsiDERATIONS ONE DOEs not have to be a professional student of mathematics to become convinnce that the bearings of mathematics have world-embraci
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