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Misconceptions and Learning Difficulties in Radical Numbers

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Elsevier Ltd
Volume
46
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DOI: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.05.142
Keywords
  • Mathematical Education
  • Radical Numbers
  • Misconceptions

Abstract

Abstract The purpose of this research is to determine difficulties in radical numbers which students encountered and detect misconceptions, learning difficulties. At the process of collecting data, questions which measure skills of solving problems and based on comment are asked. Furthermore, questions are analyzed, conceptual and operational errors for each question are examined by categorizing them.

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