Statistics can say whatever you want it to, drolls the dull old axiom... more correctly, you might say, Statistics can say whatever you want it to when it's used irresponsibly or haphazardly. Read Professor Gregory Matthews' take on what to ignore on Super Bowl weekend.
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One of the many places that mathematics shows up in our everyday lives is in cooking. Basic mathematics appears in the measurement of ingredients and conversions of cups to pounds or ounces to tablespoons. A stripped-down recipe is nothing more than a ratio. Take a shortbread cookie for example; the ratio is 1 part sugar […]
Have you ever wondered about the ideal age to get married? Perhaps you are curious about how many people you have to date before you find “the one.” Interestingly enough, mathematicians think about this problem and have developed a formula that will give a person a chance at happiness, or maybe just a chance at […]