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  1. “The simplest way to say it is that mathematics (especially at the elementary and secondary level) is about recognizing and reasoning about patterns. These patterns can come from anywhere: shapes, numbers, relationships at a party, physical systems, tournaments, card games, knotted rope, doodles with colorful pens, literally anything!” – this is the most poignant text that I found in that article. I wish my math teachers have adapted this teaching philosophy so that half of the class won’t have a hate-love-hate relationships with math. – Marl of

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