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Topic: Real World Problems
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Mary K. Hannigan

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Re: Real World Problems
Posted: Jun 14, 1995 3:56 PM
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At 7:04 AM 6/14/95, BallJM@aol.com wrote:
>Must every mathematics teacher create their own set of problems? Or, can
>aDataBase be setup (online) for depositing and withdrawing real-life
>problemsfor instructonal purposes?


I've mentioned it to several people in various places for a variety of
reasons. I'm ready (but can't do it myself - yet!)

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