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Journal Assignment Sixteen: Checking on Conjecturing

Assigned: Tuesday, April 7, 1998
Due: Thursday, April 9, 1998

[Taken from the notes of Emily Moore. Modified slightly by Sam Rebelsky.]

In your own words, explain what a conjecture is, and show how you might use the method of forming a conjecture in solving a recent problem.

This is a repeat of journal assignment twelve and you are not required to do it unless you didn't do the prior assignment. Nonetheless, you may consider repeating the assignment to see if your perspective has changed.


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