Math Forum - Geometry Project of the Month

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How to Submit a Solution

You can submit a solution to the Project of the Month either by email, to pow@mathforum.org, or by filling out the form.

Deadline for Submissions

Solutions will be accepted until the end of the month or shortly thereafter (please write and tell me you're sending them if you'll be a couple of days late - like if the end of the month is on a weekend or over a holiday).

Who Can Submit?

Individual solutions are accepted, as well as solutions from teams of up to four students working together. The solutions must be submitted electronically! Text submissions are great. Sketchpad and Cabri Geometry files are good, too, but make sure the sketches themselves contain the students' name, grade, and school, as well as the date of the problem.

How to Send Graphics

If you need help sending sketches, send mail to Annie, and she'll give you a hand. Please include information about what type of computer you're using, what program you use to send mail and what sort of connection you have.

If you want to submit pictures created in other drawing programs, try to send them as gifs or jpegs. You can also send PICTs if you're using a Mac. (Contact Annie to check on availability of other graphics formats.) Web pages would be awesome! Just send the URL.

If your solutions includes mostly text, please send that text as plain email, not as scanned graphics - these are difficult to manage. Scans of supporting pictures can be sent along (just ask how), but please send the bulk of the solution as email.

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