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To overcome the demerits of both methods we start with analytic and end with synthetic. However, research into concrete manipulatives provides insight into their possible uses and benefits to learning. Not all children learn in the same way or react to physical materials in the same way. Twelve years of compulsory education in mathematics leaves us with a populace that is proud to announce they cannot balance their checkbook, when they would never share that they were illiterate.

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