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Subject:   Bad examples
Author: Joel Duffin
Date: Sep 22 2003
>>> Anon's post
Make sure the cards you make or buy are constitant, bad example: 5 X ___ = 25 is
more complacated than good example 5 X 5 = ____.

I'm not so sure that it is a bad example, so much as it is a different problem.
5 X __ = 25 is actually a division problem. Anyway, I guess this might just be
another way of saying, don't confuse what you are trying to teach.

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