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Treasure claims that her 6-month-old baby, Precious, can add and subtract small numbers of objects. Recent research on infants' understanding of numbers would:

A. indicate that Treasure is nuts.

B. prove that Precious can add and subtract up to 20 objects.

C. support Treasure's claims.

D. show that Precious is precocious.

The best answer would be A.

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