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The research population comprised semester VI students of the mathematics study program of STIT Palapa Nusantara. The sample was selected using the purposive random sampling in three steps: (1) randomly selecting 2 classes out of 5 available classes, (2) selecting 8 groups, each consisting of 4 students, from each selected class, and (3) randomly selecting the groups applying each learning model. The data were analyzed using the T2 Hotellings multivariate test at the significance level of 5% (0.05) for two-tailed testing and the univariate test at the significance level of 0.025. The results of the data analysis are as follows. (1) There are different effects of the STAD-type cooperative learning method and the simulation learning method on students’ abilities in theory and application of learning methods in the mathematics strategy learning course (Fobserved = 6.76 > Ftable = F0.05;(2;65) = 3.14). (2) Abilities in theory of learning methods through the STAD-type cooperative learning method are higher than those through the simulation learning method in the mathematics learning strategy course (tobserved = 2.28 > ttable(0.025) = 2.00). (3) Abilities in application of learning methods through the simulation learning method are higher than those through the STAD-type cooperative learning method in the mathematics learning strategy course (tobserved = 4.05 >t table(0.025) = 2.00).
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