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The Unique Effects of Including History in College Algebra - References

Author(s): 
D. Goodwin (Black Hills State University) and G. W. Hagerty (Black Hills State University) and S. Smith (Black Hills State University)

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Hagerty, G.W. and S. Smith (2006). Unpublished historical modules for use in college algebra.

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