By Orlicz L.
The current quantity of Commentationes Mathematicae is devoted to its Editor, Professor Wladyslaw Orlicz, at the celebration of his 75-th birthday.Professor Wladyslaw Orlicz, a very good mathematician, used to be as a member of the recognized Lwow college one of the founders of recent practical research. The articles gathered during this quantity, lots of them via Professor Orlicz's former scholars, have been encouraged by means of the guidelines raised within the paintings of Professor Orlicz. it really is, we think, the simplest image of appreciate that his buddies all over the world carry for Professor Orlicz.
Read Online or Download Commentationes Mathematicae PDF
Best mathematics_1 books
Mathematik ist eine vielseitige und lebendige Wissenschaft. Von den großen Themen wie Zahlen, Unendlichkeiten, Dimensionen und Wahrscheinlichkeiten spannen die Autoren einen Bogen zu den aktuellen mathematischen Anwendungen in der Logistik, der Finanzwelt, der Kryptographie, der Medizin und anderen Gebieten.
- Introduction to Minimax
- Некоторые способы решения логических задач
- Theory of Matrices
- Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives
Extra info for Commentationes Mathematicae
Report on work of candidates UCE 2009. Kampala: UNEB. Uganda National Examinations Board. (2011). Report on work of candidates UCE 2010. Kampala: UNEB. Uganda National Examinations Board. (2013). The achievement of S2 students and teachers in English language, mathematics and biology. Kampala: Uganda National Examinations Board. Uwezo East Africa. (2012). Are our children learning? Literacy and numeracy across East Africa. Dar es Salaam: Uwezo East Africa. Uworwabayeho, A. (2014). Rwandan S3 examination results.
Beyond gender differences, it is very noticeable that there are differences by region, particularly with students in urban areas achieving more highly than their rural counterparts. Again, this gives reason to believe that there is substantial potential for improved standards across the region and particularly in rural areas. It has been noted that student numbers in secondary schools across the region have been increasing over the reporting period. It can reasonably be assumed that, in general, students attending school now who would not have done so previously will be achieving on average at a lower level than others.
Wasanga, P. , Ogle, M. , & Wambua, R. M. (2012). The SACMEQ III project in Kenya: A study of the conditions of schooling and the quality of education. Nairobi: Kenya National Examinations Council. Chapter 3 Achievement in Mathematics: Comparative Analysis from East Africa Geoff Tennant and Veronica Sarungi Abstract Against a perception that results in mathematics are low, this chapter examines available data on achievement across the region, including two datasets based on surveys in the primary sector—Uwezo and SACMEQ—and O levels and equivalent.