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Girls=Boys in Math

Researchers for the National Science Foundation have found that boys and girls now perform equally in standardized math tests. What do you think?
  • "But linear algebra was the only thing that ever made me feel like a man."

    Luke Casey Industrial Loom Operator
  • "Great, that's all I need. My wife knowing the exact moment I arrive in Boston if my train left New York traveling at 60 miles per hour."

    Max Thomas Cashier
  • "All I know is, every time I try to solve a complex math problem, my breasts get in the way."

    Michelle Banks Horticulturist

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