SOME ANALYSIS DIRECTIONS TO FIND SOLUTIONS FOR THE PRIMARY MOTION PROBLEM
Keywords:Motion, Distance, Velocity, Time, Meet.
In Mathematics program in grades 4 and 5, elementary school maths motion type is difficult math for students. Analyzing to find the right solution for the levels, and helping pupils develop their thinking ability is a necessary requirement of the teacher. The content of this article will introduce some analytical directions to find the solution to the motion problem through specific examples.
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