## Math Quiz: NYT Learning Network

Through Math for America, I am part of an on-going collaboration with the New York Times Learning Network. My latest contribution, a **Test Yourself** quiz-question, can be found here:

This question is based on the the recent historic presidential elections in Egypt. How many more votes did the winner receive?

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## Math Quiz: NYT Learning Network

Through Math for America, I am part of an on-going collaboration with the New York Times Learning Network. My latest contribution, a **Test Yourself** quiz-question, can be found here:

This question deals with the high number of adults in prison in Louisiana. Of Louisiana’s 4.5 million residents, how many are in jail?

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## Math Quiz: NYT Learning Network

Through Math for America, I am part of an on-going collaboration with the New York Times Learning Network. My latest contribution, a **Test Yourself** quiz-question, can be found here:

This question focuses on the increasing number of Americans who are collecting Social Security early. What hourly wage is equivalent to collecting social security benefits?

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## Math Quiz: NYT Learning Network

**Test Yourself** quiz-question, can be found here:

This question is built around the recent $2 billion loss posted by the bank JPMorgan. How many yearly salaries is that loss equivalent to?

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## Math Quiz: NYT Learning Network

**Test Yourself** quiz-question, can be found here:

This question is based on the complex methods companies like Apple use to reduce their tax bills. How much more would Apple have to pay if it were taxed like an individual?

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## Math Quiz: NYT Learning Network

**Test Yourself** quiz-question, can be found here:

This question is based on rapid population growth in African countries. How long will it take Nigeria’s population to quadruple?

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## Math Lesson: Summer Math

My latest contribution to the New York Times Learning Network is a collection of activities for having some summer fun with math!

I will definitely be enjoying the quantitative aspects of the Olympics this year, and I may just embark upon a personal data study like Stephen Wolfram did!

Any other ways to have fun with math over the summer?

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