One of the problems of frequent concern to educators is that of predicting achievement of students so that both potentially superior and slow students can be identified early in a course for the purpose of giving adequate attention to such cases. The general method of the procedure to be discussed here might be applicable to many situations, but it is especially applicable in mathematics.
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Canfield, Earle L.
"Probability of Success in Business Mathematics,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 59:
, Article 39.
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