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Becoming highly skilled at arithmetic requires the development of number sense alongside procedural and factual knowledge as well as the mathematical principles that govern how the operations are related to one another.

-Bruce & Chang, 2013, p. 14, citing Baroody & Dowker, 2003, quoted in “Focusing on the Fundamentals of Math – A Teacher’s Guide,” p.1

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