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There is a Thesaurus that has multiple subcategories and related mathematical terms. Makar, Katie – Australian Mathematics Teacher, 2013 Statistics is one of the most widely used topics for everyday life in the school mathematics curriculum. Thus, in your elementary education program of study you are probably required to gain some knowledge and skills in both math content (for example, through a course in Mathematics for Elementary Teachers) and math teaching methods (for example, in a course called Math Methods).

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