Friday Quiz, Take 3
This week's quiz question comes from Gene Gartner, a Madison, Va resident and a former high school math teacher. Before teaching, he spent 25 years in the business world.
Mr. Gartner wrote, "I am a big believer in that kids have to learn to solve problems not just know things by rote. After all, in the professional world you get paid to solve problems. You have to be able to think your way through with sometimes minimal information."
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Michael Alison Chandler
December 11, 2008; 9:00 AM ET
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