Here is the link to the article.

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# Day: January 1, 2020

# Mathematics for the masses

Here’s the link to an article about that.

keywords: education, instruction, training, cultivation of talent, access, outreach program

# Nature versus number

If x is the number of items, then the extent to which the situation depends on the nature of the items is r(x)/x, and the extent to which the situation depends only on the number of items is (x – r(x))/x.

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# Bacterial Esperanto

Stephen C. Winans

is the author of the article:

Bacterial Esperanto

quote:

“Many groups of bacteria, which until recently were thought to live rather reclusive lives, are

now known to communicate with each other by means of diffusible chemical signals.

Bacteria are thought to use chemical pheromones to take a census of their population size …”

Here is the link to the article (which is behind a paywall).

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# Resources for learning English

Here is the link to the site.

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# 150+ Educational Websites for Lifelong Learners

Some of them are free, and some of them are premium.

Here’s the link to the website giving them.

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# Introduction to Number Theory

(a 3-page pdf document – Randolph High School – Math League 2013-2014)

Here is the link to the 3-page pdf document.

The document includes practice problems, but no answer key.

keywords: Mathematics, divisibility, primes, prime factorization

# Vieta’s Formulas

(a 4-page pdf document – Randolph High School – Math League 2013-2014)

Here is the link to the 4-page pdf document.

The document includes review problems and challenge problems, and an answer key.

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