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Capriconist Jul 7
is not difficult. Just a mind game. It depends how much you act proactively.
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Britannia PR Jul 13
More of an artist than a mathematician?
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Behindwoods 19h
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Fabio Pacucci Jul 8
Where would you like to get lost in this magnificent Map of by ?
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Press TV Jul 14
Watch: Iranian princess of and a role model for women around the world! (WATCH WITH THE SOUND ON) More in:
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Elizabeth Stapel Jul 12
Symbols in , and what some of them mean. 😉
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Lou Parker-Jones Jul 13
takes very seriously. I'm on the look out for Pi Police too 💙
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Missy🍀 Jul 13
3am the witching hour... still crunching numbers
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Henk Reuling Jul 13
Today I digitized some openmiddle-problems with fractions: to play on a tablet, laptop or mobile phone. Enjoy!
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Kirk Borne Jul 14
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BeyondWhyy Jul 14
Srinivasa ramanujam was born into a poor family in Tamil Nadu, india. ill health was his constant companion. In his childhood, he discovered his passion for , solving equations and discovering important mathematical results.
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₵ɨ₵ΔÐΔ ЗЗΘ1 12h
Me trying to figure out my taxes, so I don't have to pay a Professional to do it for me!. 😅
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Schwifty Princess 5h
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Gavin T Gardner Jul 12
made this amazing complimenting art that makes me just stare in awe. Frankly the design is stunning but strange to the eyes at first. The static background is certainly a new touch and I am all for
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Arpit Bhayani 3h
The minimum number of initial clues (numbers) required to solve a Sudoku 🔢 uniquely is 17. This was proved in 2013 by Gary McGuire and the proof, in a way, examined all 16-clue grids and verified that none of them has a unique solution.
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Henk Reuling Jul 10
Very easy one (probably well-known property, not present in my working memory however; I encoutered it today by accident).
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Ali Hameed#Thafaathu 1h
It was a great pleasure today to carry out a information session about at for Grade 7 & 8 Students. involved in with
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Logan Holt Jul 12
Social Experiment: Who here can solve this question? (from MVP Math's module 1) Don't look at the replies before you answer.
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