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Unsolved K-12 was a conference of educators and mathematicians.  Together we aimed to select 13 unsolved problems - one for each grade K-12.

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Integer Sequences K-12

Calling Mathematicians and Educators for a conference to select 13 Integer Sequences - one for each grade K-12 - from Neil Sloane’s Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences.  So many of these sequences have huge pedagogic value, but are relegated to “recreational mathematics.”  Let’s save 13 of them from obscurity. To learn more, please contact Neil Sloane (njasloane AT gmail.com) or myself (gord AT mathpickle.com)

When: February 27 - March 1 2015

Where: Banff, Alberta, Canada