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Who cares whether the children actually learn anything? Without any instruction, they were able to teach themselves a surprising variety of things, from DNA replication to English. In this view, students passively "absorb" mathematical structures invented by others and recorded in texts or known by authoritative adults. Any of these may be appropriate at one time or another. The Slide Rule, which had been invented in the 1600's seems to have made its way slowly into the educational scene if the US Naval academy was typical; "In 1929 the slide rule became a formal part of the mathematics program and served as the midshipmen's primary calculator until 1976.� [From �A Brief History of the Department of Mathematics� by Professor T.

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