# Pentimals; or why 10 is a better base than 5

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White, Paul. (2004) Pentimals; or why 10 is a better base than 5.

*Australian Mathematics Teacher.*60(4), pp. 20 - 24.

Authors | White, Paul |
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Year | 2004 |

Journal | Australian Mathematics Teacher |

Journal citation | 60 (4), pp. 20 - 24 |

Publisher | Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers |

ISSN | 0045-0685 |

Page range | 20 - 24 |

Research Group | School of Education |

Place of publication | Australia |

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