Muin, Fathul (2018) INFLUENCE OF OPERATING ABILITY OF MATHEMATICS, ABILITY OF DIVERGEN THINKING AND STUDENT LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE ON LEARNING RESULTS STUDENT MATHEMATICS OF SMP / MTS IN DISTRICTS UJUNG TANAH OF MAKASSAR. S2 thesis, Universitas Negeri Makassar.

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ABSTRACT Result of National Examination of SMP / MTs of Subdistrict of Ujung Tanah Makassar which has decreased since last 3 years shows that there are other factors that influence student's mathematics learning result. The ability of mathematical operations, divergent thinking and linguistic intelligence play an important role in the learning process that influences the students' mathematics learning outcomes. This type of research is type of research expostfacto with quantitative method based on SEMPLS, where the observed variables are the influence of independent variables namely mathematical arithmetic ability, divergent thinking ability and linguistic intelligence to the dependent variable that is students' mathematics learning outcomes. this study will examine the extent to which these independent variables influence the dependent variable. Based on the results of data analysis, the average value of each test result, Mathematics Computation, Thinking Divergent, Linguistic Intelligence and Student Mathematics Learning in the category is rather low, because the value the average of each variable is still centered on 50 with pvalue <0.005 (50%), so it can be concluded that Operation Mathematics Count, Thinking Divergene and Linguistic Intelligence together or partially to the Results of Mathematics Learning VII Grade Students SMP / MTs SeSubdistrict Ujung Tanah Makassar. Keywords : Ability to Operate Mathematics, Divergent Thinking Skill, Linguistic Intelligence, Results of Mathematics Learning
Item Type:  Thesis (S2) 

Subjects:  PASCASARJANA > MATEMATIKA 
Divisions:  PROGRAM PASCASARJANA 
Depositing User:  UPT PERPUSTAKAAN UNM 
Date Deposited:  28 Sep 2018 01:00 
Last Modified:  28 Sep 2018 01:00 
URI:  http://eprints.unm.ac.id/id/eprint/10985 
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