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Topics in Core Mathematics at Graterford Prison
Topics in Core Mathematics sounds like the blandest possible math class. The course title is meant to convey the one important aspect of the class for many students: this class fulfills the core math requirement for the College of Liberal … Continue reading
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A New Kind of Circle: Math Circle at Graterford Prison
Like many other Math Circles, the Graterford Math Circle just had its first meeting of the fall. The leaders, Katie Haymaker and I, brought a question to the group: How can we understand the lottery, and when can you play … Continue reading
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