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MIT's learning curve

Youths in program put math in motion on baseball field

Tim Morton fired a ball Tuesday in a program that mixes baseball and math.
By Javier C. Hernandez
Globe Correspondent / July 27, 2007

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Inside an MIT engineering classroom, pitchers in Red Sox shirts and sports jerseys fix their eyes on the strike zone, a white square on the blackboard. With all the eighth-grade muscle they can muster, they take turns hurling a styrofoam ball at the target. (Full article: 745 words)

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