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  1. Fuzzy Math: The Essential Guide to the Bush Tax Plan by Paul R. Krugman, 2001-05-04
  2. Vikings' Moss would be another team's gain: addition by substraction? That's fuzzy math in Minnesota.(NFL)(National Football League): An article from: The Sporting News by Vinnie Iyer, 2005-02-25
  3. The fuzzy math on butterfly ballots and the Buchanan vote. (Anthology).(Pat Buchanan and Palm Beach County, Florida's butterfly ballot in the November ... An article from: Atlantic Economic Journal by Fahim Ahmed, Saad Kamal, et all 2002-12-01
  4. Abortion and Breast Cancer: Only Fuzzy Math Can Make the ABC Link Disappear.: An article from: National Right to Life News
  5. More fuzzy math.(Editorials)(New overtime rules need additional analysis)(Editorial): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  6. Chain-Letter Economy : "The Faster I Run The Behinder I Get" (The Secret to Happiness is Money Management) by Richard Everett Planck M.S.M.E., 1997
  7. Algebra: Anwendungsorientierte Mathematik (Springer-Lehrbuch) by Gert Böhme, 1996-08-05

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Is the federal government really meeting its telework goals? By Toni Kistner Network World, 04/07/03 Back in January, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) released to Congress the results of a November 2002 survey on governmentwide telework programs. The report stated a 21% increase from 2001 in the number of employees who telework, and a 20% increase in the number of employees eligible to telework. The report also states 35% of the federal workforce is eligible to telework. Increases are good news, considering the fed is mandated by Section 359 of Public Law No. 106-346 to allow 25% of its eligible workforce to telework, and an additional 25% each year thereafter, beginning April 23, 2001. According to the law, 50% of all eligible federal employees must be teleworking by April 23 of this year.

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43. Flutterby! : Fuzzy Math 2004-04-23 10:46:44.763036-07
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44. Decision 2004: Fuzzy Math
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fuzzy math. by Rabbi Shmuel Weiss Torah from Dixie Staff Writer. Of all the buildings ever built on earth, the most magnificent—at
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Torah from Dixie Staff Writer Of all the buildings ever built on earth, the most magnificent—at least in Jewish eyes—was the Mishkan, (Tabernacle) later to become the Temple. Of all the rooms in the Mishkan, the most important was the Holy of Holies. Of all the buildings ever built on earth, the most magnificent—at least in Jewish eyes—was the Mishkan, (Tabernacle) later to become the Temple. Of all the rooms in the Mishkan, the most important was the Holy of Holies. This was because it was in this small room that the Ark was kept, containing the Ten Commandments given by Hashem to the Jewish People. But the sages tell us a most amazing feature of the Ark. If one adds up the dimensions of the entire Mishkan, and then tries to factor in the length and width of the Arkk, there is simply no room! Says the Talmud (Tractate Yuma 21b): One of the daily miracles in the Mishkan was that the Ark took up no space at all. It was somehow above and beyond normal, human measurement. In other words, by the usual rules of science, the Ark’s existence was inexplicable. In a sense, the Ark’s wondrous, mystical composition is not unlike our own. How do we Jews survive? By the rules of history, we should have vanished long ago, like the Greeks, Romans, and Persians. Yet, despite relentless and concerted efforts on the part of the world to eradicate us, we defy the odds and remain.

47. Fuzzy Math For Internet Stocks - Jul. 30, 2003
fuzzy math for Internet stocks. Online retailers trade at a big premium to other Net stocks. Are they a sucker s bet? July 30, 2003
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News Technology Fuzzy math for Internet stocks Online retailers trade at a big premium to other Net stocks. Are they a sucker's bet? July 30, 2003: 3:40 PM EDT By Paul R. La Monica , CNN/Money Senior Writer NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Internet stocks have run up sharply this year, but not all Net stocks are created equal at least not anymore. Back in the bubble days of the late 1990s, it didn't matter whether an Internet stock was an online broker, Internet retailer or Web content company. Odds are, if the company's name had "e" as a prefix or ".com" as a suffix, the stock's valuation was pretty steep. Take NetBank for example. The online bank, at its peak in April 1999, traded at nearly 500 times 1999 earnings estimates. In hindsight, that seems absurd considering that the company is just a bank that has no branches. Sure, its costs of doing business online may be lower than those of its traditional bricks-and-mortar competitors, but at the end of the day, the company is affected by the same factors as other banks, namely interest rates. NetBank trades like a bank....

48. National Taxpayers Union & National Taxpayers Union Foundation - Press
Papers. The Return of fuzzy math and Risky Schemes How Presidential Hopefuls Would Deepen Deficits. NTUF Policy Paper 148. by Drew Johnson. Jan 19, 2004.

49. King George The Second: Fuzzy Math
The Ribald Reign of King George the Second. George W. Bush s fuzzy math. Even less surprising is the fuzzy math that they used to justify their angry responses.
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George W. Bush's Fuzzy Math
Soon after the Supreme Court decision that led Al Gore to concede the presidential election to George W. Bush, I wrote an article entitled Bush Wins, Bush Loses . In the article, I compared George W. Bush to Daffy Duck for the way that he has been duped into accepting a job so difficult that only an idiot would take it. The whole point of the article is that the difficulty of the political situation and President George Junior's inexperience, inarticulateness and general inability will combine to make him the least remarkable person to inhabit the Oval Office in American History. Well, it's not too surprising that a large number of the Republican faithful disagreed with me. Even less surprising is the fuzzy math that they used to justify their angry responses. Typical is the following, from a Republican who goes by the name of poetwarrior. This GOP guy writes, "I dissent. Well-written but not a very honest diatribe. Remember: half the country voted for this man." Now, I ask you: what's not honest about saying 1st that George W. Bush is not very smart and 2nd that he's got a very difficult job ahead of him? Honesty hurts sometimes.

50. Betty Freauf -- Fuzzy Math Flunks Test Again
fuzzy math FLUNKS TEST AGAIN. By Betty Freauf. September 15, 2003. It happened to me again a few days ago. I ran

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Is "The Giver" On Your Horizon? ... More Freauf Articles: FUZZY MATH FLUNKS TEST AGAIN By Betty Freauf September 15, 2003 It happened to me again a few days ago. I ran out of an item in a recipe necessitating a quick trip to the nearby tiny market where pricing stickers instead of bar codes are still used but the cash register is programmed to determine the change. I bought a $3.59 item and gave the clerk a $50 bill. He proceeded to pull the change from the drawer and plop it in my hand. He was a young man - the son of the owner who was standing nearby. We attend church together so I wanted to be especially "Christian" like as I asked him to count the money back to me. He was stunned. He didn't have a clue! He started out with the dollar bill so I painstakingly took him through the process starting with the coins. A few days later my fourth grade granddaughter brought homework from her Christian school. She was given three examples of buying a product at the store and the change she'd have to give. It was causing her problems so I helped her and she caught on quickly.

51. Fuzzy Math
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52. Alan K. Henderson's Weblog
Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of Estonia has joined the craze. (Link via Baltic Blog). 414 AM fuzzy math How old is Jacob Levy? 359 AM Wednesday, May 05, 2004.
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Remembering The Fallen
Revolutionary War (1775-1783)
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Interventions in Mexico (1914-1917) World War I (1914-1918) Pacification of Haiti and Dominican Republic (1915-1918) Allied Intervention in Russian Civil War (1918-1920) World War II (1939-1945) Korean War (1950-1953) Vietnam War (1964-1973) Hostage rescue mission in Iran (1980) Lebanon peacekeeping mission (1982-1984) Liberation of Grenada (1983) Invasion of Panama (1989) Iraq War (1990-1991, 2002-present) Somalia peacekeeping mission (1992-1994) Attack on USS Cole Afghanistan War (2001-present) The Veterans Museum has information on many of these conflicts . Information on Allied activity during the Bolshevik Revolution is here . See Wikipedia entry on Manuel Noriega for details on the Panama conflict.

53. The Economist Shop : Fuzzy Math
fuzzy math. By Krugman, Paul. Your Price £12.95 Hardback ISBN 0393050629 Publisher WW Norton Company Weight 270. The United

54. Fuzzy Math -- Socially Correct, But A Practical Disaster
Sometimes called whole math or fuzzy math, this latest project of the nation s colleges of education has some formidable opponents.
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By Lynne V. Cheney Marianne Jennings, an Arizona State business professor, has brought enlightenment to the multitudes. With her commentaries on her daughter Sarah's eighth grade math book ("MTV Math" she calls it, for its colorful pictures, disconnected ideas, and generally casual attitude), she has helped parents across the country realize they are not the only ones dismayed by current mathematics education. Kids are writing about "What We Can Do to Save the Earth," and inventing their own strategies for multiplying. They're learning that getting the right answer to a math problem can be much less important than having a good rationale for a wrong one. Sometimes called "whole math" or "fuzzy math," this latest project of the nation's colleges of education has some formidable opponents. In California, where the school system embraced whole math in 1992, parents and dissident teachers have set up a World Wide Web site called

55. Ameritech Using Fuzzy Math? - Discount Long Distance Digest - 135-038
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Introduction to fuzzy mathAn introduction to fuzzy math. fuzzy math differs from conventional math primarily in the area of set theory. For example in a conventional

57. Texas School Districts Reject Fuzzy Math Textbooks -- Major Defeat For Statewide
POLICY ACTION UPDATE Vol. 3. No.12 May 24, 1999. Texas School Districts Reject “fuzzy math” Textbooks Major Defeat for Statewide Systemic Initiative.
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Texas School Districts Reject “Fuzzy Math” Textbooks Major Defeat for Statewide Systemic Initiative
According to an analysis of recent math textbook selections, Texas school districts have overwhelmingly rejected the latest fad in math instruction. Sometimes called “fuzzy math,” “whole math,” and “new new math,” textbooks based on this pedagogical approach received only 4% of the textbook orders for second grade math, 2% for fifth grade math, and 5.6% for seventh grade math. Ironically, those promoting this approach refer to it as “standards-based math.” This rejection is particularly significant given the fact that this instructional approach was heavily promoted throughout the state by the Texas Statewide Systemic Initiative (SSI), with funding from the National Science Foundation, operated by the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin both publicly funded by tax dollars. “We are happy to see this educational fad bite the Texas dust. Fuzzy math has been shown to hurt children academically, especially disadvantaged and minority students. Thanks to discerning textbook committees in our school districts, parents can breathe a sigh of relief,” commented J. C. Bowman, TPPF Director of Research. Parents should watch for signs that their children are enrolled in “standards-based” math programs when students: Direct their own learning; work in groups to teach one another; construct their own math language, facts, and computations; are not taught or required to memorize facts or formulas; are taught to use calculators as the first and primary form of computation; and, are taught that deriving correct solutions lacks importance.

58. Bush Speaks
fuzzy math Or Voodoo Economics? Bush miscalculates. With a robust package of at least $550 billion in acrossthe-board tax relief

59. Fuzzy Math
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60. Xerox's Fuzzy Math [Motley Fool Take] January 28, 2004
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