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Humberto Tovar, 15, left, and Martha Castro, 14, center, work on their geometry lesson at a middle school in Guaymas, Sonora.
Former Ford Motor Co. engineer Nahum Correa developed the MetroMatemáticas program, which uses metrology and manufacturing tools to teach algebra, geometry and calculus.
Students use tools such as these instead of chalkboard formulas to solve math problems. Equipment is similar to that used in the aerospace industry.
One-dimensional drawings on chalkboards and the drone of mathematical theories did not appear to be doing the job.
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