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 SRU Separate Result Unknown JRU Join Result Unkown SCU Separate Change Unknown Direct Modeling Trial and Error An initial set of objects is constructed. A set of a given number of objects is added to or removed, and the resulting set is counted. If the final count is accurate, then the number of objects in the initial set is the answer. If it is not, then the initial set is changed until the desired outcome is achieved. Direct Modeling Matching Two different sets of objects are constructed. The sets are matched one-to-one until one set is used up. The answer is the number of unmatched objects remaining. Direct Modeling Matching Two different sets of objects are constructed. The sets are matched one-to-one until one set is used up. The answer is the number of unmatched objects remaining. Direct Modeling Separating To A set of objects is counted out. Objects are removed from it until the number of objects remaining is the desired outcome, the answer being the number of objects removed. JSU Join Start Unknown Direct Modeling Joining To A set of objects is constructed. Objects are added until arriving at the desired outcome, the answer being the number of objects added. Direct Modeling Joining All Using objects or fingers, two sets of objects are joined and counted. SSU Separate Start Unknown JCU Join Change Unkown Direct Modeling Separating From Using objects or fingers, a set of objects is constructed. Some objects are removed, the answer being the number of remaining objects. Direct Modeling Separating From Using objects or fingers, a set of objects is constructed. Some objects are removed, the answer being the number of remaining objects.