Monthly Archives: March 2009
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The European Union commissioners have announced that agreement has been reached to adopt English as the preferred language for European communications, rather than German, which was the other possibility. As part of the negotiations, the British government conceded that English … Continue reading
TEACHING MATH AT WHARTON A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of the price. What is his profit? Please create six different financial scenarios with notes. TEACHING MATH AT COLUMBIA MBA A … Continue reading
I cannot believe my eyes. Here is a guy we trusted trillions of dollars. Maybe he read these charts the way he is reading the “America”. Poor guy, from his perspective it all looked alright.
My professor posted examples of how people answered some really tough Math questions. Our family had a hearty laugh yesterday. Enjoy!!
Recently I have been reading the book “I am That”. Here is a question that is very hard to digest for people just learning to walk the path of knowledge (e.g. me). Q: What benefit is there in knowing … Continue reading
Previously I mentioned how kids can learn their Math and English while donating rice to hungry people. With busy schedule, it’s hard for me to play the game. So here is a site where they feed hungry people. All … Continue reading
I am reading the book. Here is a passage that hit me. It is also really funny if you look at it that way. Very beautifully and skillfully put here: “Lethargy: Lethargy comes in various grades and intensities, … Continue reading
I could not have thought of this in my dreams. Just pay $3.95 and be done with. No guilt!! This post uses a little more than sarcasm for the service. Is Bruce the almighty now, with his email server running? … Continue reading
Here is a site where anybody (espeically kids) can practice their math and english skills and also help donate free rice to less fortunate people. Nice to see that people still care.