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A math curriculum that puts less emphasis or weightage on topics that may lead students to indulge into unwholesome or immoral activities later in life.
Probability, Statistics, and Combinatorics questions on cards, dice, and lottery are hardly given any curriculum time, as puritan math educators are concerned that they might inadvertently promote gambling and other forms of vice among students, teachers, and parents.
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by MathPlus February 14, 2017
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