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J. Cable  suggests that if the word “vector” is going to be introduced into secondary school mathematics then it should at least be done properly Probably nobody would explicitly disagree with this, although there is a fair amount of evidence that implicitly many have and still do. But why must “vector” be introduced properly? Why the special fuss about vectors? The basic mathematics necessary to introduce vectors properly is common to many other mathematical ideas. (We wish to make it clear at the outset that our remarks in this article only refer to the printed text of the paper mentioned above. We do not wish to imply, for instance, that Mr. Cable does make a special fuss about vectors, but that the implication of his article is that vectors deserve special attention.)
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