Operations is defined as flexible, reversible mental manipulations of objects, in which objects can be mentally transformed and then returned to their original states. In Piaget's theory, particular types of cognitive schemes that are mental (that is, require symbols), derive from action, exist in organized systems (structures of the whole), and follow a set of logical rules, most importantly that of reversibility .

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