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In the chapter "Rice Paddies & Math Tests," Gladwell discusses the...

In the chapter "Rice Paddies & Math Tests," Gladwell discusses the way that a cultural legacy — like rice farming — can lead to an attitude about work and persistence that can be profitable in later contexts (like math classes). And in "Marita's Bargain," Gladwell shows how a different cultural legacy — the tradition of summer break from school — can have negative effects on learning, effects that have an immense impact on future individual success. He ends the chapter on Marita's Bargain with the word "meaningful work."

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What makes meaningful work the key concept for understanding Gladwell's point in both "Rice Paddies & Math Tests" as well as "Marita's Bargain"?

i do not really understand what is asked in the question? I read my chapters but can't figure out how to answer this. Would you be able to help?

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