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Math relates to reason and life
As the subject which most closely in-
volves the art of reason, math holds
a special place in the educational sys-
tem. High school math is important even
for those who do not intend to go to
college: for math doesn't only teach
numbers, equations and formulas, it tea-
ches the individual to think and to rea-
son for himself.
A The difficult symmetries of geometry pose no
problems forthis student.
B Mr. Roger Ratliff, math teacher, points out an
important fact to his students.
C Mrs. Betty Stevens, algebra and geometry tea-
cher, contemplates another rewarding session with
her math class.
D "One plus one equals two" states Mr. Robert
Baker. math teacher, to one of his freshman class-
E Measuring is an important asset in all phases
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Math nourishes enlightenment
ln our changing world of ma-
chines and computers, math plays
an increasingly more important
role in the future. To help prepare
the student for his future, whether
in a highly trained occupation or
for budgeting the basics of his life,
Southport offers various math
courses. The basics of learning and
understanding are as important in
the preliminary math courses as
in the advanced,
A. Mr. Hugh Dowell, math teacher, en-
thusiastically relates a problem to his class.
B Mr. Mike Lemon, algebra teacher,
searches for the right words to explain 2
C Bill Flora, junior, contemplates his nexl
move on the test.
D Sending students up to the board has
been a great help in conquering innumer-
ablequestions confronting math.
E Mr. Robert Kennedy, business matl'
teacher. puts the answer to a homework
assignment on the board.
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