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Course Numeracy In the Curriculum Online course.

my professor want us to reach out to peers to discuss the possibility answers. Actually i need "Peer Reviews / discussions on each answer " what is your thought about it, why you choose this option /reasons . write atleast a paragrapgh sentences about it, i have to post it in discussions i dont need the answers only keep it in mind give reasons and write few sentences against each option why yes or why not it could be ..

My answers are Q5. answer is d and for Q6 .answer is b,d and e may be?2019WI GCRD 6336 GEMS 6401 18 Numeracy in the Curriculum Question 5 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 P Flag question Which one of these statements is true? Select one O a Multiplication is a mathematical operation where a number is added to itself a number of times b Groupin measuring in divsors te same as determining the missing multiplicand in the related multiplication problem c. Division has two distinct meanings because its inverse, multiplication, has two distinct meanings d Groupingmeasuri e. Subtraction is the same as determining the missing term in the related addition problem (i e.. C-B Le C + A equvalent to A C O in division te same as determining the missing multiplier in the related multiplication problem ie C-As ㅁ is equivalent to A-C is equivalent to either ora + C B Question 6 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Which of the following statements complete the sentence: Learning operations performed on numbers develops numeracy because... ? Select one or more Flag question D a. They are needed to solve problems that counting cannot solve D. They provide insights into the relationship among numbers c. They improve students calculating speed d. They are effective ways to count. Activate Go to PC se O e. They help develop estimation skills

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