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The first is the " Sudden Death " experience, student discribe this experience in much the same way regardless of mathematical level at which it occured. suddenly a concept was too hard to understand although it was simple the next step in a sequence of skills. ( Arithmetic and Algebra second edition)    

 

I confuse the clause " although it was simple  the next step in a seuence of skills " . Who can tell me that it refer to " a concept " or " the next step" , and if it is refer to " a concept" , how to relate to the next step in logic?

asked Oct 30 '11 at 05:11 JunweiZheng New member

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'It' refers to 'a concept'.  

 

Sudden death is the idea that a new idea in mathematics suddenly is too difficult to understand even though it is a logical progression from the previous idea or concept.

link edited Oct 31 '11 at 16:14 Kimberly Expert

Thanks, kimbery. Your definition of " sudden death " is better to understand than the book. JunweiZhengOct 31 '11 at 16:41

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