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Some of those with severe dyscalculia need to break the array down to 2s, 5s,10s, and 1s.
They demonstrate a grasp of the algebraic thinking, even without fluency with their math facts.
Many get the distributive property before their neurotypical classmates who have relied solely on the algorithm for multidigit multiplication. Surprising their peers who consider them “bad” at math, some of those with dyscalculia can just write the grid and do the rest in their heads.