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Denise Colosi

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[ap-calculus] Who wants to be a Mathematician? Test tomorrow at lunch!!!!!
Posted: Oct 8, 2012 5:17 PM
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Hi AP Calculus Students,
I just wanted to remind you that I will be giving the test for the
American Math Society Contest "Who wants to be a mathematician?" tomorrow
at lunch in my classroom. It is only a 15 minute test so I really hope
some of you will try taking the test!!!

Thanks,
Mrs. Colosi

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