Word processing rules in mathematics

Chong Lap SZE, Keung Fai Joseph WU, Yiu Chi LAI, Tak Wah WONG

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Abstract

Nowadays computers are a common tool for handling daily needs. Many mathematics teachers are using computers to prepare examination papers, notes, etc. although most of them can handle at least one words processor, they may not know that there are different rules for printed mathematics. This article which is prepared for a workshop will summarize some of the rules that may be useful to teachers. Copyright © 1998 Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScience technology education: Broadening classroom experiences with science and technology: Science & Technology Education Conference '98 proceedings
EditorsKenneth S. VOLK , Wing-mui, Winnie SO
Place of PublicationHong Kong
PublisherThe Hong Kong Institute of Education, Education Dept., Hong Kong, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education and Hong Kong Association for Design and Technology Education
Pages377-385
ISBN (Print)9629490218
Publication statusPublished - 1998

Citation

Sze, C. L., Wu, K. F., Lai, Y. C., & Wong, T. W. (1998). Word processing rules in mathematics. In K. S. Volk, & W.-M. W. So (Eds.), Science technology education: Broadening classroom experiences with science and technology: Science & Technology Education Conference '98 proceedings (pp. 377-385). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Education Dept., Hong Kong, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Education and Hong Kong Association for Design and Technology Education.

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