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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Pictorial Of Representation In Solving Word Problems

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AUTHOR(S)

Fatqurhohman, Cholis Sa’dijah, Sudirman, I Made Sulandra

 

KEYWORDS

pictorial representation, problem solving, word problem, picture ilustrations.

 

ABSTRACT

The pictorial of representation in solving word problems in this study is the interpretation of using illustrations of images in solving problems in the form of stories through polya steps. The representation shown by students when the process of understands is done by identifying the problem to find important information on the problem, the process of preparing a plan is shown through translations and conversions of information into the form of picture illustrations, the process of Carry out the plan is done through calculations using reduction operations, the look back process is carried out to check or clarify the results obtained according to the question information. The results of this study found that subject 1 did not complete the polya steps, only identified and devise a plan by picture illustration the accompanied by symbolic descriptions, subject 2 was only inaccurate caused by ignoring the last step which was to look back the results obtained, so that the impact of the image illustration with result of calculations inconsistent or not the same.

 

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