A Logical Approach Proof In Mathematics Education
Siahaan, Friska Bernadetta
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This paper will presents examples of proofs from the mathematics curriculum and discusses their role in conveying mathematical knowledge.. Educators have long recognized the explanatory value of many proofs, but they have had in mind primarily the light such explanatory proofs can shed on the mathematical subject matter with which they deal. This paper aims to show that proofs can also be bearers of mathematical knowledge in the classroom in another sense. The author will present an logically approach to prove mathematical problems in the learning process. This paper provide two examples of cases; algebra and geometry problems. In both cases, the author describes a method so that students are able to understand the problem with ease. So that students no longer have to memorize formulas so complicated anymore.