Kaushik, Satvik U.
(2018)
A note on Armstrong numbers.
At Right Angles, 7 (3).
pp. 3742.
ISSN 25821873
Abstract
In this article, student
Satvik Kaushik investigates
Armstrong numbers.
Mathematical investigation
is a powerful way for
students to learn more
about concepts that interest
them. In mathematical
investigations, students
are expected to pose
their own problems after
initial exploration of the
mathematical situation.
The exploration of the
situation, the formulation
of problems and their
solution give opportunity
for the development of
independent mathematical
thinking and in engaging
in mathematical processes
such as organizing and
recording data, pattern
searching, conjecturing,
inferring, justifying and
explaining conjectures and
generalizations. It is these
thinking processes which
enable an individual to
learn more mathematics,
apply mathematics in other
disciplines and in everyday
situations and to solve
mathematical (and nonmathematical) problems.
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