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3 January 2005                                   Vol. 10, No. 1


            2005 Mathematics Game | Sculpting Geometry
                    Cyberchase - The Quest

             2005 MATHEMATICS GAME - Judy Ann Brown


  Write expressions for each of the counting numbers 1 through
  100, using the digits in the year 2005, standard operations,
  and grouping symbols. This puzzle is appropriate for students
  in grades 3-12 with a general knowledge of mathematics.

  Students may use the Web form to submit solutions starting
  January 1, 2005; revisit the site after February 1, 2005,
  to see the first solutions.

  Pages available for printing:


  Rules of the Game

  Manipulative Worksheet




  Bathsheba Grossman welcomes visitors to her site with the
  words, "I'm an artist exploring the region between art and
  mathematics, and this is my gallery and storefront. My work
  is about life in three dimensions: working with symmetry and
  balance, getting from a zero point to infinity, and always
  finding beauty in geometry."

  Her site includes:

    Metal Sculpture
      - Mini Metal
      - Earlier Works
      - Technique
    Laser Crystals
      - Art
      - Science
      - Technique
    Math Models
      - The 120-Cell
      - The Gyroid
      - The Menger Sponge
      - Antipot
      - Forget-Me-Knot
    Frequently Asked Questions
      - Sculpture process
      - Prometal process
      - Laser glass


                    CYBERCHASE: THE QUEST


  Cyberchase, the math-mystery cartoon on PBS Kids Go!, has
  just launched a new online game. Cyberchase: The Quest is an
  interactive Web game that lets kids create their own cyber
  characters, and go on action-packed quests throughout
  Cyberspace, all while developing money-management skills to
  help defeat the bad guys.

  The game is designed to help children develop financial
  literacy skills such as earning, saving and spending as part
  of the Cyberchase: Know Your Dough financial literacy

  Visit their full site:


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