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Here are reactions from three students in their study who might appear to have a sensible satisfactory comprehension of the equivalent sign: • "It implies that what is to one side and right of the sign mean the same thing." (Grade 6 Understudy). • "The same as, same quality." (Grade 7 understudies) • "The left half of the equivalents sign and right half of the equivalents sign are the same worth." (Grade 8 understudy) Presently contrast those reactions with these of three different students in the study who unmistakably don't have a satisfactory comprehension of the equivalent sign: • "What the whole of the two numbers are. I just recall three of the comparisons, which were: 3 + 5 = 8 2 + 3 = 4 + 1 7 = 7 For the principal mathematical statement, the tyke replied, right; in any case, for the other two he addressed determinedly, wrong (Knuth et al. At the point when addressed about his response to the second mathematical statement he said, two in addition to three ...

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