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> I don't know about mathematical thinking. Thank you very much]]>Feb 25, 2004 12:48:00 PMFeb 25, 2004 12:48:00 PMmafeong14@hotmail.com0what is mathematical thinking ?
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]]>Feb 11, 2004 8:27:00 AMFeb 11, 2004 8:27:00 AMpreecha@isvysite.com1"Sun Light" It's True Speed
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second X 2,000 lbs./ ton = 8,000,000,000 lbs/sec. X 86,400 seconds per day =]]>Jan 19, 2004 2:31:00 PMJan 19, 2004 2:31:00 PMTLSSTTX@netscape.net0Re: Is the Speed of Light a Limit?!
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mearsure the "Speed of Light". The First = is by mechanical means which]]>Sep 28, 2003 9:36:00 PMSep 28, 2003 9:36:00 PMTLSSTTX@netscape.net0Re: 1 x 1 = 1 is there any proof?
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proof from algebra: Let (G,*) be a group, * is multiplication. Let the neutral element of multiplication]]>Jul 11, 2003 1:30:00 PMJul 11, 2003 1:30:00 PMturing@pobox.sk0Re: Consciousness in exspansion
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The mathematical thought process in my opinion is very much underappreciated.Even though information is given in an attempt]]>Nov 22, 2002 12:31:00 PMNov 22, 2002 12:31:00 PMriadhosein@hotmail.com0Re: Consciousness in exspansion
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>classroom (adding, division, calculus etc.) is a by product of a >certain level of understanding of]]>Nov 22, 2002 12:14:00 PMNov 22, 2002 12:14:00 PMriadhosein@hotmail.com0Re: A Mini-Manifesto (consistent w/ NCTM?)
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> >I've been browsing the NCTM 2000 documentation, plus engaging >in some]]>Apr 12, 2002 3:48:00 PMApr 12, 2002 3:48:00 PMvolkangemicioglu@hotmail.com0Re: 1 x 1 = 1 is there any proof?
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Well, maybe you can try:

1) 1x1=x , x an element of the reals by the closure rule.

2) (1x1)/1= x/1 division property of =

]]>Jul 11, 2001 3:02:00 PMJul 11, 2001 3:02:00 PMhpetersen1@sc.rr.com0reducing magic square
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Reducing magic square is the one which does not lose its magic property even if we]]>Jun 12, 2001 4:09:00 PMJun 12, 2001 4:09:00 PMvinodtyagi@hotmail.com0