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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for the Mathematics Clinic


Q1. What is a Math Clinic?

Q2. How did Math Clinics start?

Q3. What are examples of Math Clinics?

Q4. Where can I get documentation about Math Clinics?

Q5. What are the html linking conventions for clinic information?

Q6. What if I don't know LaTeX?

Q7. What if I prefer to work alone?


Q1. What is a Math Clinic?

See the Clinic Concept, and the rest of the Introduction.


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Q2. How did Math Clinics start?

See the History, as part of the Introduction.


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Q3. What are examples of Math Clinics?

See the list, and see the history.


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Q4. Where can I get documentation about Math Clinics?

You can print these documents, and you can look at the reports from previous clinics.


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Q5. What are the html linking conventions for clinic information?

All clinic files are in http://math.ucdenver.edu/clinic/... See the document list for relevant html files.


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Q6. What if I don't know LaTeX?

You must learn it. You will have some class time allocated to this, and there are many resources available outside of class, including your classmates who either know LaTeX or must also learn it. If you go to any research environment, such as graduate school, you will find LaTeX necessary. More generally, you will find it useful.


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Q7. What if I prefer to work alone?

Some clinics will let you do that. It's up to the teacher. However, working with a team is one of the educational benefits of our Clinics, so you will be at least encouraged, if not required, to work with a group (typically, 3-4) of your classmates.


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