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Volume 7, Number 5

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4 February 2002                                  Vol. 7, No. 5

                  THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

         The Universal Day of Symmetry | MathsChallenge.net
                   Workshops for Math Teachers


                THE UNIVERSAL DAY OF SYMMETRY

          http://www.geocities.com/lasimetria/eng.htm

  What is special about February 20th, 2002 at 8:02PM?
  The Universal Day of Symmetry site answers this question:
  in Europe and South America, where the convention is to
  write the month and day in reverse of the US practice,
  that moment is written 20/02/2002, 20:02.

  The day can be celebrated by exchanging materials, articles,
  creations and findings related to the ludic and recreational
  aspects of symmetry, which will be published on this Web site
  on February 20th. The deadline to send collaborations is
  February 10th, 2002.

  It is presented in Castellano, English, Catala, Portugues,
  and Aragones.

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                 MATHSCHALLENGE.NET - Colin Hughes

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  This is a collection of weekly and monthly problems, plus
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  following problem is posted.

    - Maths Challenge
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                 WORKSHOPS FOR MATH TEACHERS

            http://mathforum.org/teachers/workshops/

  Workshops for Math Teachers is a growing collection of math
  and math education workshop announcements. Browse listings
  appropriate to the level you teach, from elementary to
  graduate school; search our collection by entering keywords
  or picking items from our set of categories.

  To include your professional development event among those
  listed, please fill out the announcement submission form:

   http://mathforum.org/teachers/workshops/submit.taco

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