Sunday, January 22, 2017

Told you math and crowd size mattered. (See previous post.) Lol. From NPR, "In 2009, 317,000 people had, in fact, used the Metro by 11 a.m., according to WMATA, as Spicer cited. But the White House press secretary then claimed that 420,000 people had used the Metro on Friday; by 11 a.m. only 193,000 people had ridden Metro. For the whole day on Friday, 570,000 people used the system, but in 2013 there were 782,000 riders and 1.1 million riders in 2009." Photo from Saturday, January 21, 2017 at #womensmarch. #mathintherealworld #mathteacher Can you determine the differences in these amounts? #wordproblems in the real world.

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