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Baldo by Hector D. Cantú and Carlos Castellanos for September 23, 2014

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  over 6 years ago

    So, what’s the missed 15%, Baldo?

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    seyleigh  over 6 years ago

    Guess which category the math teacher falls?

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    gary  over 6 years ago

    I heard the study showed 5/4 ths of all people have trouble with fractions.

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    ladykat  over 6 years ago

    New math, anyone?

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    Observer fo Irony  over 6 years ago

    @TEMPLO S.U.D.You seem to be part of the 75% who have a problem with numbers. 40+75=115. That means the teacher either has 15% more students or a couple of students were polled twice.

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    David Rickard Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Unskew the polls!

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    Observer fo Irony  over 6 years ago

    @kaecispopIt isn’t the mind of state but a state of mind that matters regardless where they are geographically. Look how bad California is now and claim that it is not a numbers problem.

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    Comic Minister Premium Member over 6 years ago

    I see.

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    Mommyhalls  over 6 years ago

    Nope.This is obviously a statistics class and the margin for error against the total sampling was applied to both results.

    There are lies, filthy lies, etc…

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    hippogriff  over 6 years ago

    kaecispop: Wherever the school, the textbooks were written by Texas fundamentalists.

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    water_moon  over 6 years ago

    Maybe there were 7 kids in the class and one was on the fence. Throw in a few rounding errors and your standard deviations are still looking pretty good considering the small sample size..It’s a good lesson for all high school kids to learn that numbers can be made to lie.

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