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SSTP Summer 2006 E-table
Cincinnati

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Here is a collection of photos taken in Cincinnati as the participants problem solve.


Kimya summarizing points during the reflection on practice (Cincinnati style)


Judy presenting her solution to the parallel line problem.


Paula presenting her solution to The Crooked Transversal Problem (This problem is from last year's reflection on practice).


This was their work on open ended problems (and the description given).


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Sample work by Judy and Holly


Sample work by Karen and Rebecca


Jim's "math is hard" shirt (a bunch of lies)


Steve's Law of Quadratic Reciprocity shirt (which is hard math).

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