## ANALISIS VARIASI PENYELESAIAN SOAL GEOMETRI DI SEKOLAH MENENGAH PERTAMA

ASTUTI, NINING (2013) ANALISIS VARIASI PENYELESAIAN SOAL GEOMETRI DI SEKOLAH MENENGAH PERTAMA. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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## Abstract

Every student has the potential diverse. This diverse potential makes students have different level of creativity so,the student have the freedom in solving the problem according to their ability and interest. It also led students in solving open ended questions to have an answer or a resolution in different task. From the students' answers vary, we can look at the capabilities of each student. This study aims to: (1) to describe the variation of students' geometry problem-solving in secondary school, (2) to describe the corresponding variations in geometry problem-solving in Junior High School. This research is a qualitative descriptive study. The research was conducted at SMP Negeri 5 Malang in April-May 2013. The subjects were students of class VII - 6 SMP Negeri 5 Malang 2012/2013 in second semester. The instrument used in this study is a description of the test open ended questions and interviews. The results showed that on any given problem there are different variations of the answers given by the students. Most are variations on the settlement question about number 3 with 12 variations of problem-solving. In addition, the completion of the least variation found in Question 4 is 4 variations about the settlement. Variations of this problem there is a settlement in accordance with the stage of completion of non- routine problems and some are not appropriate. Overall variation obtained about the completion of the routine of number 1-5 by 37.33 % and not routinely of 9.33 %. In addition, variations in the corresponding completion is the completion of the majority of variation obtained a score 4. From the total score obtained demonstrate mastery. Classical completeness class VII - 6 SMP Negeri 5 Malang in solving open ended question is said to be as much as 50% of students is said to be complete and 50% the other is said to be incomplete.

Item Type: Thesis (Other) L Education > L Education (General) Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of Mathematics Education (84202) Gusti Vani Putri Cahya 06 Feb 2015 07:04 06 Feb 2015 07:04 http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/15784