Multiplication Principle Problems and Permutation Problems

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Distinguishing multiplication principle problems and permutation problems in the classroom helps us examine common student errors.

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Mary C. Caddle, mary.caddle@tufts.edu, is a researcher and project director at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts. Her current work is in teacher preparation and professional development, with a focus on examining teachers' and students' mathematical thinking.

BÁrbara M. Brizuela, barbara.brizuela@tufts.edu, is a professor of mathematics education at Tufts University. Her work focuses on K–5 children's learning of mathematics, particularly in the area of algebraic reasoning, and of representations in mathematics.

(Corresponding author is Caddle mary.caddle@tufts.edu)(Corresponding author is Brizuela barbara.brizuela@tufts.edu)
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