Children have problems applying the criteria of divisibility because they do not know well the 'multiplication tables', find difficult to divide, to multiply and to subtract numbers.

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Youngsters have problems in concepts that need “abstraction”. Youngsters have problems in applying the everyday life concepts, like "speed" and "Average rate of change", in mathematical context.

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Youngsters have problems interpreting and solving problems.

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