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# Purdue Problem of the Week

### Problem of the Week Returns -

Problem of the Week Returns

The problem of the week has returned! Fans of problem of the week have been solving problems every week for decades and now they can do it all online at http://www.math.purdue.edu/pow.

Problem of the Week will now be a discussion board that will function similarly to StackExchange.

### Problem of the Week | Inside.Trinity.edu

Solutions for Problems of the Week can be submitted to Brian Miceli at bmiceli [at] trinity.edu, or drop them off at his office, MMH 115F. People with correct solutions will be acknowledged on the next problem.

### Does anyone work on the Purdue Problem of the Week? : math

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