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perezzerep
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lost books

i was reading this one book online but i forgot what it was called. it was like a year ago. it was about math and how when we are learning to add/subtract, it seems more difficult because we are born simply being able to distinct between more or less. so, we are born being able to learn in ratios. this is a survival instict. for example, we want to eat off a tree with more fruit rather than from one that doesnt have lots fruit. this was all in the book. any help?????

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hdeakyne
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Re: lost books

it also talks about some isolated tribes in the amazon and how the can't distinguish between their children and the children of the other tribe members. It went on to explain why. This was all in the first few chapters.

:smileysad:  Im really not even expecting to find this book but ill keep searching.