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Each of the following 5 questions is worth 1 point with scores being 1 (all or mostlycorrect), .5 (on the right track but major problems), or 0 (no answer or not even close)1. This question is about the video where the little boy judges the number of quarters,length of sticks, amount of liquid, amount of Play-Doh, and number of graham crackers.What if the experiment were modified somewhat, so that the child was not comparingtwo sets of quarters, two lumps of Play-Doh, etc.What if, in the Play-Doh test, therewas just one ball of Play-Doh that the experimenter flattened and asked “Is there morePlay-Doh now?”And what if the child could reliably say “no”.How might you interpretthat finding to the one that you saw in the video with respect to children’s ability to thinklogically?