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14 – pigeon hole principle

It’s Friday and my geometry kids finished working with “if-then” statements during the first hour; so in the second hour, I gave them this problem: Five Couples Jake and his wife recently attended a party at which there were four other married couples. Various handshakes took place. No one shook hands with himself (or herself) […]

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