# A new approach to teaching percentages

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White, Paul and Wilson, Sue. (2008). A new approach to teaching percentages.

*Reflections (North Ryde) (print version).*33(1), pp. 15 - 18.

Authors | White, Paul and Wilson, Sue |
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Year | 2008 |

Journal | Reflections (North Ryde) (print version) |

Journal citation | 33 (1), pp. 15 - 18 |

Publisher | Mathematical Association of New South Wales |

ISSN | 0156-7799 |

Page range | 15 - 18 |

Research Group | School of Education |

Place of publication | Australia |

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