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Our Funders

Without the financial support of individuals, corporations, foundations and government, MathPOWER would not be able to carry out the critical work of helping to close the achievement gap.

MathPOWER would like to thank the following supporters for their gifts-in-kind and financial support:

  • Akamai Technologies
  • American Honda Foundation
  • Associated Grant Makers – The Summer Fund
  • Bank of New York Mellon
  • Barr Foundation
  • Boston Afterschool and Beyond
  • Boston Public Schools
  • Boston Scientific
  • Boston Summer Learning Opportunity
  • Carl & Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation
  • City of Boston
  • Cummings Foundation
  • Eastern Bank
  • Fellowes Athenaeum
  • Liberty Mutual
  • Linde Family Foundation
  • Ludcke Foundation
  • Mabel Louise Riley Foundation
  • Massachusetts Promise Fellowship
  • Michael T. Sherman Foundation
  • Move the World Foundation
  • Northeastern University
  • Rands Foundation
  • State of Massachusetts – Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • State Street
  • Toyota U.S.A. Foundation
  • Vertex Pharmaceutical
  • Wellington Management Foundation

In addition, MathPOWER is grateful to Northeastern University for generously providing office and classroom space to support our work.  MathPOWER partners with Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies.

Puzzle of the Week

I am thinking of one of these five cards:

Which one am I thinking of? Here are some clues:

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Here is how to follow the clues:

  1. The value of my card is a prime number, so it could have been 7 of clubs, 7 of diamonds, or 2 of hearts.
  2. The values of my two neighbours add up to a multiple of 3, so it could have been 7 of diamonds or 2 of hearts.
  3. My card is next to a card which is next to the 2 of hearts, so it could only be the 2 of hearts.

Puzzle credit: Mathsisfun.com

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