Bu makalede matematiği anlama, işlem pratiğinde kullanma ve günlük hayata uyarlamada oldukça önemli olan matematik yeterliliğinin dört temel prensibinden biri olan “Tersine Çevirme” prensibinin ne olduğu, önemi ve kullanımı ile ilgili durumlara dikkat çekilmiştir. Çalışma, bu konuda öne sürülen kuramsal bilgilerin ve bu konuda yapılan deneysel çalışmaların taranması, derlenmesi ve yorumlanmasıyla oluşturulmuştur
This article points out that understanding of “inversion principle”- one of four principles of mathematical proficiency-is important for comprehending math, using it in procedure, adapting it to daily life, and understanding the significance of principle. The study includes some theoretical information and empirical researches about the topic acquired by scanning, compiling and discussing the related studies
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