Posted by **Anonymous** on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 4:19pm.

As children grow older and become more skilled in math, they

A) rely more on memorized facts.

B) count all the numbers instead of counting on from the largest number.

C) must switch from multiplicative reasoning to additive reasoning.

D) have a little more trouble remembering doubles like 3+3 and 7x7.

I believe the answer is A but wanted a second opinion.

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