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Why College or University Students Hate Proofs in Mathematics?
Journal of Mathematics and Statistics
Problem Statement: A proof is a notoriously difficult mathematical concept for students. Empirical studies have shown that students emerge from proof-oriented courses such as high-school geometry, introduction to proof, complex and abstract algebra unable to construct anything beyond very trivial proofs. Furthermore, most university students do not know what constitutes a proof and cannot determine whether a purported proof is valid. A proof is a convincing method that demonstrates withdoi:10.3844/jms2.2009.32.41 fatcat:paglef2i3vevbphxknb3kfhp4y