Creativity in Mathematics

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Ayhan ESİ


The aim of this study is to discuss mathematical creativity and to reveal the relationship between mathematics and creativity.


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ESİ, A. (2018). Creativity in Mathematics. JOURNAL OF AWARENESS, 3(Özel Sayı), 309-314.


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