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Journal Assignment Nine: Unsticking Yourself

Assigned: Thursday, February 24, 1998
Due: Tuesday, March 3, 1998

[Based on the notes of Emily Moore]

Discuss chapter 3 of Thinking Mathematically. Put it in context by saying what you did on a particular problem when you were stuck. To help with this, you might try to unstick yourself (and me) from our confusion in the Zoomster problem (or any other problem you found yourself giving up on).


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