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David Krapf, Editor-in-Chief 
Phone: 504-891-4100

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Ken Hocke, Senior Editor 
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Pamela Glass, Washington Correspondent 

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Shipyards and mathematics — part 2
Teaching shipyard recruits basic math through motivation. Author: Ken Hocke
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