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The inclusion of representation as a standard component of the process in Principles and Standards for School Mathematics in addition to problem solving, reasoning, communication, and connection skills is reasonable because to think mathematics and communicate mathematical ideas one needs to represent it in various forms of mathematical representation. Besides, it can not be denied that objects in mathematics are all abstract so that to learn and understand abstract ideas that would require adoi:10.36764/jc.v3i2.247 fatcat:eos3ybhervboff2twciykrly6u