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The best time to teach math 2008-08-03
From Kelli:
Is there a best time to teach math in the elementary classroom? Has anyone done any research about this?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
The best price for topsoil 2007-11-15
From Dawn:
What is a better deal for topsoil, \$150.00 for 10 cubic yards, \$170.00 for 22 tons, or \$200.00 for 11.5 yards?
Answered by Penny Nom.
The best time to teach math 2002-03-10
From West:
My name is West. I teach 4th grade. I would like to know if there is any research which tells about the best time to teach math. Should it be taught in the a.m. or p.m.
Answered by Walter Whiteley.
The best of 7 2001-09-08
From Michelle:
Professional basketball, hockey, and baseball championships are decided on the best 4 out of 7 games. The first team to win four games wins the championship. In how many possible ways could the team win the championship series after winning the first game?

``` Example:
Game   1    2    3    4    5     6     7
Result W    L    L    W    W     W
```

Answered by Leeanne Boehm.
The best linear model 2001-07-29
From Rebeca:
I am a student (senior) summer hire working for Dept of the Army Resource Management. I've been assisting the Analyst in developing a model to predict training costs. The technique we used was simple linear regression. Now I've been asked for my opinion in choosing the best model I feel is better. I've chosen #1. Garrison Training but I want a second opinion before I give my choice. I've taken basic statistics last year in high school and will probably be taking more this year. Could you look over the information and give me a reason my choice would not be best? The dep variable-y, is Training costs in dolars per day.

ModelInd Variable- Xabrsy.x
1.Garrison Training126.310.9820.9055117.2
2.Local Training212.161.370.7937142.7
3.Man Rig Area116.382.470.6481175.6
4.Major Training346.124.670.7280167.2

Answered by Andrei Volodin.

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