manipulative

[Adjective] Trying to control or influence other people for your own benefit or advantage.
Example: The manipulative boss asked his workers to spy on other people and report back to him, in return for a pay increase.
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manipulative

[adj] - skillful in influencing or controlling others to your own advantage
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Manipulative

Ma·nip'u·la·tive adjective Of or pertaining to manipulation; performed by manipulation.
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manipulative

adjective skillful in influencing or controlling others to your own advantage; `the early manipulative techniques of a three-year-old child`
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Manipulative

• (a.) Of or pertaining to manipulation; performed by manipulation.
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Manipulative

Any physical object (e.g., blocks, toothpicks, coins) that can be used to represent or model a problem situation or develop a mathematical concept.
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Manipulative

[mathematics] In mathematics, a manipulative is an object which is designed so that a learner can perceive some mathematical concept by manipulating it, hence its name. The use of manipulatives provides a way for children to learn concepts in a developmentally appropriate, hands-on and an experiencing way. The use of manipulatives in mathem
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