A Scientific Approach: Numbers Don't Lie; Labels Do

, Texas Lawyer


Fortunately, sorting it all out depends more on a skill common to lawyers—the ability to interrogate evidence and arguments—than the skills of mathematicians.

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  • Ann Lee Gibson

    Uh ...

    "Tom‘s class went to the berry patch and [TOM?] picked 18 berries. On the way home he ate seven berries. How many berries did Tom have when he got home?"

    Even in math problems you have to get the words right.

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