Economic Research Institute Study paper
Utah State University
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Things are not always as they seem. Presented here are a few examples of first impressions and possible errors in thought patterns. As an example, by some means the size of the earth is to be increased by one foot in diameter. Transcontinental Airlines and others are concerned with how much further it will be around the circumference of the earth. What is your answer? Quick! What's your answer?
Andersen, Jay C., "The role of Systems Analysis in Water Supply Planning: Avoiding the Fallacy of Composition" (1978). Economic Research Institute Study Papers. Paper 364.