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Freakonomics

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Freakonomics

If you’d like to get an interesting, statistical analysis of how to catch cheating sumo wrestlers and teachers, what online daters lie most about, why prostitutes earn more than architects, or why the 1960s were a great time to be a criminal, then read this book.

It’s an entertaining romp through our culture and sheds a new light on many intriguing phenomena that only mathematics can reveal. While some cases were more convincing than others, all were fun to read and thought provoking. I particularly enjoyed the stories about the dangers of guns vs. swimming pools, why parenting experts like to scare parents, and eight things that help a child in school and eight things that don’t. 

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