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1. Do meaningful differences in interest about mathematics result from teaching methods which introduced by recreational mathematics and teaching methods which use traditional explanatory methods?
Do meaningful differences in interest about mathematics occur among group in which the achievement of mathematics learning of two groups are high, average and low?
2. Do meaningful differences in attitude about mathematics result from teaching methods which introduced by recreational mathematics and teaching methods which use traditional explanatory methods?
Do meaningful differences in attitude about mathematics occur among group in which the achievement of mathematics learning of two groups are high, average and low?
3. Do meaningful differences in achievement of learning about mathematics result from teaching methods which introduced by recreational mathematics and teaching methods which use traditional explanatory methods?
Do meaningful differences in achievement of learning about mathematics occur among group in which the achievement of mathematics learning of two groups are high, average and low?
To analyze the above research problems, investigations were carried and the results were statisically anaiyzed.
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