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Topic: Resources for 10-year-old who thinks math is fun
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Charles Wells

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Resources for 10-year-old who thinks math is fun
Posted: Dec 2, 2009 3:54 PM
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I am looking for books and web resources for a 10-year-old who thinks
math is fun and tests at the (American) 12th grade level. Individual
suggestions for resources would be welcome, but even better would be a
math resource list for very bright preteens.

Charles Wells

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