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[ap-stat] article in today's NY Times
Posted: Nov 12, 2000 12:56 PM
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In today's NY Times, there is a full page table containing conditional
distributions of voters for Gore, Bush, Nader among people of different ages,
genders, races, religions, etc.

I am about to teach the second half of Ch 4 in YMM. Do people think that it
is a worthwhile activity to have students analyze this table? They would not
have to compute anything since the table is already in percentages.

Any ideas?

Laurie Rubel
Collegiate School
New York, NY

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