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The purpose of this research was to compare Mathayomsuksa 4 student’s mathematical problem solving and communication abilities with 70 percent criterion after obtaining instrumental learning management by using open approach. The design of research was one group posttest only design. Subjects of this study were 38 Mathayomsuksa 4 at Banbung Uttasahakamnukhro School. They were selected by cluster random sampling method. Instruments were lesson plans of mathematics learning management by using open approach and mathematical problem solving and communication ability test. The data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation, and t-test for one sample. The result of research was the mathematical problem solving and communication abilities of Mathayomsuksa 4 students after using mathematics learning management by using open approach were significantly higher than the 70 percent criterion.
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