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June

Forum participation in meetings and conferences, June 1999 (30 June 1999)

Additions to the Math Forum's Internet Mathematics Library (30 June 1999)
Over 190 new entries or updates were made during June of 1999.

June additions to the Dr. Math Archives (30 June 1999)
104 new question-&-answer entries were added to the tables of contents during June of 1999.

Problems of the Week: 1998-99 Awards (20 June 1999)
During the 1998-99 school year, more than 18,500 students from over 4,500 schools submitted solutions to the Forum's five Problems of the Week. Those who consistently submitted excellent solutions have earned places on our Top Students lists, and the schools with the highest number of correct submissions can be found on the School Awards pages.

May

Additions to the Math Forum's Internet Mathematics Library (31 May 1999)
Over 450 new entries or updates were made during April and May of 1999.

May additions to the Dr. Math Archives (31 May 1999)
100 new question-&-answer entries were added to the tables of contents during May of 1999.

Imaginary Exponents and Euler's Equation: a new Dr. Math FAQ (1 May 1999)
What does it mean to have an imaginary exponent? Robert L. "Dr. Rob" Ward has written a new FAQ about the Euler equation.

April

April additions to the Dr. Math Archives (30 April 1999)
More than 115 new question-&-answer entries were added to the tables of contents during April of 1999.

Geometry Project of the Month Updates (19 April 1999)
The winners for December and January and a new project for April/May are now available.

D-Lib Featured Collection: Internet Mathematics Library (15 April 1999)
The Math Forum is featured in the April 1999 issue of D-Lib Magazine.

About e: a new Dr. Math FAQ (10 April 1999)
What is e? Who first used e? How do you find it? How many digits does it have? Robert L. "Dr. Rob" Ward has written a new FAQ about e, the Eulerian Number or Napier's Constant.

The November Project of the Month Winners (1 April 1999)
Yes, we're a little behind, but our lack of timeliness isn't a reflection on the quality of the student entries!

April is Math Awareness Month (MAM) (1 April 1999)
From the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics (JPBM) and sponsor Texas Instruments Inc., hosted by the Math Forum. This year's theme is Mathematics and Biology, with a focus on Mathematics in the Heart. We encourage you to submit announcements of 1999 activities being planned for your school, company, or community.


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