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3 Strategies of Mmu1 from Math Poverty to Math Prosperity: if You Can Fly Why do You Run? if You Can Run, Why do You Walk? if You Can Walk, Why do You Crawl? You May be Crawling and Refusing to Even Walk, Let Alone to Fly

Authors: Dongchan Lee

The whole game of MMU x.x that Lee proposes starts with Lee’s mantra: “To end the math poverty is to end the poverty itself.” Not only that, those who escape the math poverty spill over the math prosperity, which leads to the socio-economic prosperity quickly. The major difference is that Lee is trying to make the transitions happen in 2-4 years instead of 50-100 plus years if you go without MMU series. Before you start reading this document, I strongly suggest you to read the front page of www.uslgoglobal.com first, which may take about 5 minutes.

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