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Calculus for Kids May 17, 2015 (Sundays)
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This is the story of the fifth and final meeting of the Sunday Natural Math Circle doing activities inspired by calculus.   The first activity was making a flip book out of cards. To figure out the size of designs, we used LEGO blocks. How many blocks fit on the card in a row? Will it still fit Read more ›

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Danny's Pattern
Root differences: a little exploration of patterns
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This is a guest blog post by Danny Phelan, who is a student at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, NC, studying for an Associates Degree in Arts. Danny’s eventual goal is becoming a novelist and screenwriter, as well as editor for fantasy, science fiction, and horror novels. When I was Read more ›

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