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e-Book Mathematical Discovery: On Understanding, Learning and Teaching Problem Solving Combined Edition epub download

Author: George Polya
ISBN: 0471089753
Pages: 432 pages
Publisher: WILEY; Combined edition (April 24, 1981)
Language: English
Category: Management & Leadership
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e-Book Mathematical Discovery: On Understanding, Learning and Teaching Problem Solving Combined Edition epub download

by George Polya



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The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

George Polya was a Hungarian mathematician. Born in Budapest on 13 December 1887, his original name was Pólya Györg. The book is very readable and charming, helpful to students in understanding the problem solving process, and includes a variety of problems ranging from easy to quite difficult that should challenge all high school and college, as well as beginning grad students in math.

It shows how to think about a problem, how to look at special cases, and how to devise an effective strategy to attack and solve the problem. Covers arithemetic, algebra, geometry, and some elementary combinatorics. Includes an updated bibliography and newly expanded index.

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Mathematical Discovery on Understanding, Learning, and Teaching Problem Solving. vol. 1. George Polya. Wiley, New York, 1962. Science 24 May 1963: Vol. 140, Issue 3569, pp. 886 DOI: 1. 126/science. Find this author on Google Scholar. Find this author on PubMed. Categories: Mathematics.

Please also look at Mathematical Problem Solving by Alan Schoenfeld which is probably a good continuation of the work that has been presented in this book and is much more useful than this book. 3 people found this helpful.

Mathematical Discovery: On Understanding, Learning and Teaching Problem Solving Combined . george polya mathematical discovery. Here is an extensive quote from Leonhard Euler, by way of George Plya.

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It provides context for students to experience working with the new concepts before they are formally defined and manipulated procedurally, thus making definitions and procedures meaningful to them. What are the characteristics of a TtPS? main learning activity is problem solving. concepts are learned in the context of solving a problem. students think about math ideas without having the ideas pre-explained

A unique, heuristic approach to mathematical discovery and problem solving

This combined edition of Mathematical Discovery: On Understanding, Learning and Teaching Problem Solving is unique among mathematics texts. Espousing a heuristic approach to mathematical problem solving, the text may be followed sequentially or according to instructors' individualized curricula. Beginning with a discussion of patterns and practical approaches to problem solving, the book then presents examples from various branches of math and science to help students discover how to solve problems on their own – an invaluable skill for the classroom and beyond.

Liarienen
Five Star!
Tebei
If you enjoy the golden classic "How to solve it", this is the right next step.
"Mathematical Discovery" gives more concrete picture and Polya shows the edge of the wisdom. We have many logical mathematician but he is exceptional because every single problem and explanation is based on the real classroom and even the little advice gives a big help to the real math class.
Tygrafym
The book what I wanted. Satisfied. Thank you.
Uanabimo
One of the best way to write a book review is probably to tell you how it altered my life. Prior to reading this book I couldn't solve problems in geometry, other then the very simple ones. I could not solve the problems that required proves and did not even read the problems on geometrical constructions.
After reading just the first chapter and solving about the half of the problems at the end of the chapter, one day, I discovered that I was solving problems faster than anybody else in my class. After that I become one of the strongest in my school in mathematics and physics.
This book changed my life for good. I read it in 1970. It is one of the best book I ever read.

Malkhaz Meladze