“Knowledge of a subject doesn’t necessarily mean you can do anything with it. That would require skill. Likewise, a student can commit something to memory with no knowledge whatsoever. A grade-schooler, for example, might be able to recite the multiplication table perfectly, but still be unable to solve simple math problems. Coming to know something implies the goal of being able to use the knowledge, while being aware of facts or figures does not. Of”

Ronald D. Davis, The Gift of Learning
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