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Mathematics degree program is designed to be affordable for hard-working adults with bills to pay. It is the primary role of teachers to pass knowledge and information onto their students. In what ways do I anticipate students will represent their thinking about the mathematics? On Paloma’s last visit before he passed away, she sat beside him and held his hand. “You are a smart girl,” he said. “Study and make me proud.” Paloma missed four days of school for the funeral before returning to class.

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