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Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 31, December 2021

  1. From the Editor. Duncan Samson
  2. Using varied representations to build connections and conceptual understanding. Marc North
  3. Breaking down and building up: Adapting diagrams to develop geometric reasoning. Iresha Ratnayake, Shikha Takker & Craig Pournara
  4. Double time. James Metz
  5. 'Building up and breaking down' is not a useful strategy for subtraction. Lise Westaway
  6. Exploring Algebra with 'magic squares'. Duncan Samson
  7. Same difference. James Metz
  8. Reflecting on reflection. Letuku Moses Makobe & Duncan Samson
  9. An extension of an IMO 2014 Geometry problem.  Michael de Villiers
  10. The infinite nature of nested square roots. Alan Christison
  11. Another bicentric quadrilateral construction. Michael de Villiers
  1. Two proofs without words for the same task. Moshe Stupel & Ruti Segal

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