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How To Gain Entry to TOP Secondary Schools? The project then asked the students to rewrite the statement using symbolic logic. It is no wonder that our students grow up: seeing themselves as stupid, hating math, and actually mathematically incompetent!" They do not say, To add fractions, do step one, step two, step three. I don't care as long as you get the right answer and can explain your method. When writing, students tend to parrot back what the teacher has said. Most of the methods described below can be used for all of these functions.

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