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Topic: Discrete - Adv. Biology connections
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Brian VanGorden

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Discrete - Adv. Biology connections
Posted: Sep 10, 1999 8:51 PM
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The Advanced Biology teacher at my school wants to do a joint project with
me in Discrete Math since we have the same students in back-to-back classes.
Have any of you worked on applications of discrete in biology? I know there
is the infamous euphausiid connection we all learned about at DREI '99 but
what about others? Any help would be appreciated.

Brian
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