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Topic: [geopow] Free mentoring in the Geometry PoW!
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Annie Fetter

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[geopow] Free mentoring in the Geometry PoW!
Posted: Oct 30, 2003 6:49 PM
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(You will receive multiple copies of this message if you currently
have a Teacher Account in the Geometry PoW or indicated an interest in
the Geometry PoW and free mentoring in the survey we ran this summer.)

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The next Geometry Problem of the Week, "The North Hunterdon Triangle",
will have a mentor group working. Geometry students at North
Hunterdon High School in New Jersey will be mentoring the submissions
of as many students as possible, so please encourage your students to
submit. The problem will be accepting submissions starting next
Monday (November 3). The earlier your students submit, the better the
chances are that they will get mentored.

You can preview the problem at

http://mathforum.org/geopow/preview.ehtml?puzzle=226

We hope that you will take advantage of this unique opportunity that
we feel will be of great benefit to submitters and mentors alike!

The Geometry Problem of the Week is targeted at students who are
currently enrolled in a standard "high school" geometry course, though
we accept submissions from anyone. For more information on the
current programs offered in our Problems of the Week, including
Teacher Subscriptions and access to an organized library of past
problems, please see

http://mathforum.org/pow/

Thanks!

-Annie

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Annie Fetter mentors and writes problems for the Geometry and Algebra
Problems of the Week and pretends to oversee the whole Problem of the
Week project.
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