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1) Re: Using NLP to learn math
Posted: Nov 25, 2001 4:04 PM, by: Lee Lady

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2) Re: Mathematics as a science. Epistemological question.
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3) Re: Russian Peasant Multiplication: Explained!
Posted: Mar 3, 1998 9:26 PM, by: Lee Lady

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4) Re: Quick proof of the Well-Ordering Property
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5) Re: The Probability Myth vs the Sex of the Other Child
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6) Re: What Is an Integral?
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7) Re: HELP: sqrt(30) irrational number?
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8) Re: "Homological Algebra for Dummies"?
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9) Re: free math textbooks on the web
Posted: Dec 21, 1997 1:59 PM, by: Lee Lady

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10) Re: Support For ParaPros
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11) Re: Ideals in countable direct products
Posted: Dec 21, 1997 2:09 PM, by: Lee Lady

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12) FINITE RANK TORSION FREE MODULES (Book Available via the Web)
Posted: Feb 23, 1996 6:28 AM, by: Lee Lady

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