Posted 10/12/2021 10:39 (#9264925 - in reply to #9264892) Subject: RE: remedial math
John Burns - 10/12/2021 10:11
My daughter struggled with math in high school. We tried to get the counselor to let her take "remedial" math. You know, the math class for the dumb kids where they actually teach practical things like how to balance a checkbook and other practical math applications for an ordinary person. Nope. They wouldn't do it. She was too smart for the dumb class. Yet the dumb class would have done her a world of good compared to the classes she was forced to take that she did poorly in.
That has been half a lifetime ago. I'm sure the schools are much better now.*****
From my understanding she hired someone that’s good in math.
In so she is managing someone else’s skills.
Her skill maybe in socializing with other female farmers.
That skill set maybe in capability of obtaining cheap capital through xyz programs.
To the point
You can’t tell a cat to be a dog or vise versa.
Let’s say the gas card saves money because 30 people uses 1 card that’s tied together.
Lawn mower is little tougher.
But if it does the job.
Most don’t mow hudge amounts like a farmer does.