Data: Removing the Question


What a great strategy this is. Remove the question, start a discussion. Then pose the questions. Simple, effective, smart.

via dy/dan

2 thoughts on “Data: Removing the Question

  1. Sure is, but why not see what questions they can pose and go for them, if they are not rubbish?
    I do think that the taxi man should have recorded the fare for each trip as well !

    I just had the same thoughts about geometry. Fewer formal proofs, let them find out what may be going on. Here’s one:
    AB is a chord of a circle.
    C is on the circle between A and B (shorter arc is easier to draw)
    The bisector of angle ACB meets the circle in point P.
    What can you say about P ?

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