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Jessika, Sounds like a fun assignment! Go to the Dr.Math FAQ page http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/ and find an area that is interesting to you. Click on it and it will even give you examples of questions that people have sent to Dr. Math. Frequently they have LOTS of links for further study. All you have to do is write your own step by step solution to the problem (I think using the actual answer from Dr. Math might be questionable, but you might use it as one of the three links). And for a bonus, why not add a link to the Ask Dr. Math so that they can pursue additional questions. http://mathforum.org/dr.math/ask.html Good luck, and pretty soon you'll be a full-fledged math doctor yourself. -Pat Ballew, for the Teacher2Teacher service
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