Friday, March 13, 2009

If you know the answer, please raise your foot...

Consider this factoid:

Numerous studies have shown a strong correlation between the size of students' feet (and, thus, shoes) and their reading ability. Statistically speaking, the bigger a student's shoe size is, the better his reading level is.

Neat, huh?

My entire factoid, while true, is a logical sham. Can you explain why?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Because shoe size increases with age, as does (presumably) education?