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  • Lavon Heath

    November 28, 2021 at 11:11 pm

    I am looking forward to the next lesson to learn more about this but right now it feels like a multiplicative comparison is taking 2 objects and evaluating one object in terms of the other. You are looking at one attribute.

    With a composed unit you are looking at 2 attributes that have a relationship. I sorted these problems by thinking about which problems had information that could be put into a table: number of trikes and number of wheels, number of the ice cream cones and price….