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Annie Fetter

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The Elementary PoW is currently open to all!
Posted: Jan 23, 2002 10:32 AM
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The Elementary Problem of the Week is currently open to all
submitters. We have a group mentoring from Brentwood College School
in Mill Bay, Canada, so many, if not all, of your students should
receive feedback.

The Elementary PoW will remain open for the rest of this year. We
have two more groups mentoring and may schedule more in the coming
weeks. When we don't have a group signed up, some submitters will
receive responses, but our mentor pool is limited so we cannot
guarantee a reply for every student.

The schedule for Spring 2002 is included below. While we'll post
updates around the first of each month, you can always view the
current calendar at

http://mathforum.org/elempow/calendar.ehtml

Thanks for your continued support as the Math Forum continues to
develop its Problem of the Week projects.

-Annie

==== Spring 2002 Elementary PoW Schedule ====

Date Title Mentor Group?
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January 21 The Olympic Distance YES

February 4 [New Problem Posted]
February 18 [New Problem Posted]

March 4 [New Problem Posted] YES
March 18 [New Problem Posted]

April 1 [New Problem Posted]
April 15 [New Problem Posted]
April 29 [New Problem Posted]

May 13 [New Problem Posted]
May 27 [New Problem Posted] YES



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