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Aug 02, 2007


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Dan Brennan

Married to a mathematician, this sounds great. We (my wife and I) have met so many stereotypes when it comes to this. The most recent one was a graduate degreed Christian male who could not believe my wife was emotionally intelligent and wired for calculus simultaneously.

Michael W. Kruse

I’m married to an industrial engineer. My niece just graduated from SMU in business and is a calculus whiz. I have a female friend on the West coast who is a chemistry professor and another with a degree in physics. I know some of the stereotypical confusion of which you speak.

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