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For The Mathematically Inclined

Anil Saigal
01/22/2008

FOR CHILDREN

PROBLEM # 1
Define the operation * by a*b = (a+b) b. What is (3*5) - (5*3)?

FOR GROWNUPS 

PROBLEM # 2
What is angle 'x' in 'Triangle Problem'?

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