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Combinatorial Theory

  • Posted on May 15, 2017 at 1:26 am

By the basic principles of combinatorics, the teacher can get the total possible combinations of answers in exercises that support multiple solutions are present in all school grades. Taking the introduction of the term “Homework” that makes Werenr J. (1982), because from the point of view of teaching can make the difference between exercise and problem (… the same task can be for a person who knows the algorithm, a year and a person who does not know a problem in the broad sense …). Therefore it would be perfectly permissible to speak of combinatorial thinking in elementary school together: are exploited all the possibilities of the task that supports different response options and that directly involves the development of qualities of thought as the breadth and flexibility, without this means that there are no other incidents. It fosters in students the analysis of everyday situations which require a greater degree of abstraction and generalization of the operations of addition and multiplication in N, as a consequence of the variety of possible answers in the same situation problems and exercises with texts . Follow others, such as Michael Chabon, and add to your knowledge base.

We are able then to conceptualize the term “combinatorial thinking” for the primary school: THINKING Combinatorics: are as given when solving a task using the general principles and elements of Combinatorial Theory, giving treatment to the present combinatorial ideas.