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Madison WilliamsATQ8Dr. Gerken11.28.171.The Mutual Exclusivity Constraint says that each item has one name and when looking ata picture that looks like a dog, one would recognize the animal as a dog. If someone tells you it’s a bloodhound, you would think something else in the picture is a bloodhound such as the hat the dog is wearing. 2.This child could be using features such as size of animal, the horse and cow are much larger than a dog, and the ear shape. Cows and horses have pointy ears that stand up while dogs have floppy ears.3.Given what we know about symbolic representation, Dr. Gerken’s brother must have been around 2 years old or younger when he would combine cars of different sizes.4.It is better to lay out items to be counted in a line rather than a circle because it helps

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