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  3. Fereshteh says:

    I would go with an incredibly small amuont of ridiculously good problems. You can use Avery’s definition if you want. But the thing that always frustrates me with math textbooks is that they’d rather give you 50 of the same problem (but the numbers are changed!) rather than 1 really juicy problem that you can work with over and over again from various angles and variations. You think you’ve beaten it into submission and then someone looks at the problem, and adjusts it slightly with, What if ..? and you’re off again. These are really hard to identify, much less write. And I realize there’s a certain amuont of thickness required in a book for it to sell to schools, but that’s my Santa’s wish.

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