"May I demonstrate?"

At a Business Efficiency Exhibition a wide range of computers and modern accounting equipment was on display. At each stand a salesman was on duty asking the visitors as they passed by, "May I demonstrate?"

The salesmen had no doubt that they could convincingly demonstrate the accuracy, speed, and versatility of their machines to provide information valuable in policy making. They had not changed or improved the principle of mathematics, but they were eager to have an opportunity to demonstrate that their methods of utilizing it were simpler and more effective than ever before, and that they could come up with the answers to any questions they might be asked.

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