TRAINING OF THINKING ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS THROUGH TEACHING ABOUT FINDING THE INTEGER SOLUTIONS OF EQUATIONS AT HIGH SCHOOLS
Keywords:Specialization, familiarization, generalization, integer solutions of equations
In teaching math, students' thinking operations training plays a significant role in developing students' thinking capacity. This article presents the training process of specialization, analogization, and generalization for high school students in teaching equations with integer solutions.
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