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Man drowns in a river with an average depth of one (1) inch

Jun 07 2004
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With all of the polls and statistics bandied about this election year, it made me think again of the high levels of innumeracy present in our society. I wish to reiterate the harmful social effects of innumeracy, given that most examples in use today have you consider trade-offs between two conflicting outcomes (e.g., Bush v. Kerry), outcomes that will change your life.

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