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Meetings for 77 students 
20140918 

Adam pose la question : We have a new group of students starting, and would like to set up a series of small group meetings so each student meets each other, hopefully without meeting the same people twice.
We have 77 students. In theory I would like to have 11 meeting slots, with 10 groups in each slot, with up to 8 students in each group. Is there a way to do this?
I have wondered if it might be easier to do 9 meeting slots, with 9 groups per slot, with 9 students per group.
Thanks! Victoria West lui répond. 





NonEuclidean Geometry 
19990210 

Robert Smith pose la question : Is noneuclidean geometry necessary for the college bound student? I have students that are inerested in teaching math one day. My school is restricted to Euclidean Geometry. Walter Whiteley and Jack LeSage lui répond. 


