applying fundamental concepts

Robby uses his knowledge of how many marbles fit in a scoop to predict how many marbles will fill a
jar. This concept is known as
A. chunking.
B. counting on.
C. guessing.
D. seriation.

my answer is b.

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  1. I would disagree. Look them up in your text's table of contents or Google the terms.

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  2. d.

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