TEACHING RESOURCES > MATH FOR JOURNALISTS

Phil Meyer of "Precision Journalism" fame used to joke with his students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that there are three kinds of journalists when it comes to math: those who understand it and those who don't. This exercise is for those who don't - and for those who don't get the joke.

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