1. To understand math I sometimes think about my personal experiences. |
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2. I am good at math. |
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3. If I work at it, I can do well in math. |
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4. Learning math should not involve computer modeling and other
technological tools. |
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5. Mathematics is essentially an accumulation of facts, rules,
and formulas to be memorized and used. |
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6. Good math teachers show students the exact way to answer the
questions they'll be tested on. |
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7. Using a computer makes learning math more complicated than
it needs to be. |
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8. I do not understand an equation in an intuitive sense; they must
just be taken as givens. |
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9. I enjoy learning new things in math. |
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10. Math helps me understand the world around me. |
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11. Mathematics has been an important tool to help me learn other
subjects. |
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12. All I learn from a proof or derivation is that the result
is true and that it is okay to use it. |
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13. For me, mathematics rarely involves exploration, investigation,
or experimentation. |
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14. I like exploring problems using real data and computers. |
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15. Many situations in the world around me can be modeled mathematically. |
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16. I’d rather learn the relevant math for a science course in that
science course than in a math course. |
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17. I want to study more mathematics. |
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18. Working in groups helps me learn math. |
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19. I rarely encounter situations that are mathematical in nature
outside school. |
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20. The proof of equations in math has little to do with solving
problems in my science/engineering classes. |
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21. I try to avoid courses that involve mathematics. |
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22. When I get stuck on a math problem, I can usually find my
way out. |
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23. Becoming more proficient in math prepares you for the next
math class, but that's about all. |
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24. Computer examples and simulations help me better understand math
concepts. |
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25. In mathematics you can be creative and discover things for
yourself. |
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26. After I've forgotten all the formulas, I'll still be able
to use ideas I've learned in math. |
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27. I'm never sure my answer is right until I'm given the solution. |
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28. "Problem solving" in science and engineering basically means
matching problems with facts or equations that I learned in math and then
substituting values to get a number. |
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29. Learning mathematics makes me nervous. |
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30. I often see familiar mathematical concepts in courses outside
of math. |
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31. Doing math helps me think clearly and logically. |
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32. Learning math is a matter of acquiring knowledge that is specifically
located in the rules, principles, and equations given in the text and in
class. |
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33. I don't really understand math until I work it out for myself. |
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34. Expressing scientific concepts in mathematical equations
just makes them more confusing. |
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35. I don't need a good understanding of math to achieve my career
goals. |
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