## The Psychology of Arithmetic |

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### Contents

Section 1 | 11 |

Section 2 | 12 |

Section 3 | 9 |

Section 4 | 20 |

Section 5 | 27 |

Section 6 | 20 |

Section 7 | 23 |

Section 8 | 27 |

Section 17 | 16 |

Section 18 | 22 |

Section 19 | 19 |

Section 20 | 19 |

Section 21 | 19 |

Section 22 | 19 |

Section 23 | 19 |

Section 24 | 19 |

Section 9 | 14 |

Section 10 | 16 |

Section 11 | 11 |

Section 12 | 19 |

Section 13 | 19 |

Section 14 | 23 |

Section 15 | 29 |

Section 16 | 31 |

Section 25 | 32 |

Section 26 | 38 |

Section 27 | 51 |

Section 28 | 62 |

Section 29 | 72 |

Section 30 | 8 |

Section 31 | 14 |

Section 32 | 18 |

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