The Mathematical Connections Process of Junior High School Students with High and Low Logical Mathematical Intelligence in Solving Geometry Problems

Masyita Dini Islami • Sunardi Sunardi • Slamin Slamin

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Abstract

This study aimed to describe the mathematical connections process of students in solving geometry problems. The mathematical connections process was the students’ steps in doing mathematical connections. The observed aspects were the internal connections (the interrelationships between mathematical concepts) and external connections (the mathematical interrelationships and outside of mathematics or daily life). The samples of this reasearch were the student with high and low mathematical logical intelligence. The results of the research showed that the students with high logical mathematical intelligence did the internal and external connections in solving geometry problems completely based on polya problem solving steps. Meanwhile, the students with low logical mathematical intelligence did the internal and external connections until the step of understanding the problems.

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International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science

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