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Re: Michael Alison Chandler Today’s math vocabulary exposes generational divide

Michael Alison Chandler, in Washington Post May 20, 2012 has the article: Today’s math vocabulary exposes generational divide The term borrowing in subtracting is called the B-word.  They also don’t like the word carry.  However, these terms are embedded into … Continue reading

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