Armchair Science

Life is stochastic and so should be math education

US math education behind the rest of the world, population resists change

By Terry Sullivan
Posted 10/23/23

Throughout history a coin toss has been used for major decisions. The city of Portland, Ore., was famously named in 1845 with a coin toss between business partners Asa Lovejoy, of Boston, Mass., and …

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