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A Math Exam Asked Students To Count Calories In A Woman's Meal

6 days ago   |   By Scary Mommy

School officials refused to remove a problematic math exam question about counting calories
Students sitting for a summer math exam in the U.K. were shocked when one of the questions asked them to calculate the total number of calories in a woman's breakfast. This is problematic for about one million different reasons, so let's just get into it.
“There are 84 calories in 100g of banana. There are 87 calories in 100g of yogurt. Priti has 60g of banana and 150g of yogurt for breakfast. Work out the total number of calories in this breakfast,” the question read. It was included in a GCSE...
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