Benny’s Conception of Rules and Answers in IPI Mathematics

My colleagues and I have formed a journal study group where we intend to share pieces of research which are interesting, and have some compelling story to tell about understanding research. I’ve chosen Benny’s Conception of Rules and Answers in IPI Mathematics by Stanley Erlwanger. In order to support our discussion of the research, I’ve created a few slides which I have shared below. I recommend opening up the speaker’s notes in order to understand the presentation better.

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2 Comments

  • Well, Benny sure knows how to beat the system!
    So Benny, and probably all the rest of them, do not appear to have any idea that numbers have a relationship with things, particularly measurements of things, and that reality is a distant land. Consequently this teaching program has to be a complete disaster. Oh dear!

  • (IPI)intersection(Mathematics) = phi (the empty set)

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