Cheerleaders Say The Darndest Things
Students offer some ideas on how to reduce teen driving accidents. A varsity cheerleader responds:
(This) young woman … is a varsity cheerleader.
The basic mathematical equation is simple: a new driver, in other words a teenager, plus a license, in addition to a car, equals a possibility of an accident. When attempting to solve this problem, to produce a different sum, a mathematician should take in account every strategy such as elimination, substitution, and basic addition. Managing every variable in the equation carefully and concisely will lead to a more favorable result — lower teenage automobile accident rates.
What else can I say?