Key Ideas and Insights in the Context of Three High School Geometry Proofs
Manya Raman, Keith Weber
May 2006, Volume 99, Issue 9, Page 644
How the concept of "key idea" can be used in high school geometry. Article discusses connecting students' intuitive informal arguments with rigorous formal mathematical proofs. Includes three examples.
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