Teaching quality, not lesson quantity, may be the key

Pop question — no Googling: How many of Japan’s Nobel laureates were awarded medals for their work in physics?
The answer: 10, or nearly half of the total. You could deduce from this that Japan is good at physics. Furthermore, you could deduce that Japan is good at math, which is, arguably, the bedrock of physics. And math is something Japan does very well.

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