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  • marianne aamodt

    Member
    July 16, 2020 at 7:33 pm

    Absolute thinking is addition and subtraction.

    Mulitplicative thinking is when you compare an attribute such as volume of two objects.

    If kids are thinking multiplicatively, you’d notice them perhaps using repeated addition or subtraction. Maybe they’d be using the words “times”, “groups of”, “sharing”” or ” divided by”.

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