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December 30 2005                                Vol. 10, No. 53


                  New Look for Our Newsletter
      2006 Mathematics Game | Algebra In Simplest Terms

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           2006 MATHEMATICS GAME - Judy Ann Brown


  Write expressions for each of the counting numbers 1 through
  100, using the digits in the year 2006, 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, 2006; revisit the site after February 1, 2006,
  to see the first solutions.

  Pages available for printing:


  Rules of the Game

  Manipulative Worksheet


                   ALGEBRA IN SIMPLEST TERMS

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