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Test Result of Students' Concept Understanding

Test Result of Students' Concept Understanding

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This study aims to determine students' mathematical understanding of the modulo arithmetic concept, the Faraid concept, and the modulo arithmetic application in Faraid calculations. This study employs a combination research method (mixed methods) with Sequential Explanatory Design model in which the quantitative data analysis is supported by qualit...

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... 2 in the following are the result of concept understanding tests for the three aspects which are (1) faraid science; (2) modulo arithmetic theory; and (3) application of modulo arithmetic theory on Faraid science calculation. The Table 2 above presents that the average score of students' conceptual understanding of modulo arithmetic, Faraid science concept, and the application of arithmetic modulo on Faraid science calculation are in the range of 84,100; 83.500; and 77,400. The minimum and maximum score on each aspect is 65,00 and 100. ...

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