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  1. Add It Up - Leigh Nataro
    Trig/Calc, difficulty level 2. Find the sum for an infinite series. ...more>>

  2. The Growing Snowflake - Leigh Nataro
    Trig/Calc, difficulty level 4. Find the limit for the area of the Koch snowflake. ...more>>

  3. A Holiday Card - Leigh Nataro
    Trig/Calc, difficulty level 3. Find the ratio of the red area to the green area as the number of squares approaches infinity. ...more>>

  4. The Koch Snowflake - Ethel Breuche
    Discrete Math, difficulty level 3. Students are asked to find the length of the side of an equilateral triangle that generated the given Koch Snowflake. ...more>>

  5. Preparing for the Test - Leigh Nataro
    Trig/Calc, difficulty level 2. Find the original three numbers in an arithmetic sequence. ...more>>

  6. A Sequence of Logs - Leigh Nataro
    Trig/Calc, difficulty level 2. If you have a geometric sequence and take its log, what type of sequence is formed? ...more>>

  7. A Sprinkling of Dust - Leigh Nataro
    Trig/Calc, difficulty level 2. Find the length of the Cantor Set after n iterations. ...more>>

  8. Squares Inside Squares - Leigh Nataro
    Trig/Calc, difficulty level 3. Find the sum of the perimeters of three nesting squares. Imagine that the process of nesting squares continues forever. The sum of the perimeters approaches a finite number. What is that number? ...more>>

  9. Sum of a Sequence - Ethel Breuche
    Discrete Math, difficulty level 3. Determine the sum of a sequence of numbers in terms of n: 1, (1+2), (1+2+22),(1+2+2^2+2^3)... (1+2+2^2+2^3...2^(n-1) ). ...more>>

  10. What Is My Dimension? - Leigh Nataro
    Trig/Calc, difficulty level 4. Find the fractal dimension of the Koch curve. ...more>>


 
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