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March 22, 1989 | JEAN DAVIDSON, Times Staff Writer
Imagine a bathtub half full of water. Step into the tub, and the displaced liquid rises. Climb out and the water level drops. Pull the plug and you know what happens next. It's an everyday situation that everyone can relate to--and one that sparks the interest of high school students who have previously shied away from math, said Cal State Fullerton mathematician Harris Shultz.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1989 | JEAN DAVIDSON, Times Staff Writer
Imagine a bathtub half full of water. Step into the tub, and the displaced liquid rises. Climb out and the water level drops. Pull the plug and you know what happens next. It's an everyday situation that everyone can relate to--and one that sparks the interest of high school students who have previously shied away from math, said Cal State Fullerton mathematician Harris Shultz.
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OPINION
April 24, 2002
The corporate brand-naming game has only just begun ("In the Name of Profits," editorial, April 20). We may soon see a city hall renamed "Burger King Hall." We may arrange to meet one another at the corner of Froot Loops Avenue and Eastman Kodak Road. The real breakthrough will come when cash-strapped families accept payment to name their children after corporate donors. After all, there is a tradition of naming children after a rich relative in the hope of being remembered in the will; why not get the cash now?
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