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Similar to a daily sudoku problem, does anyone know where I can find a daily integration problem?

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http://www.daily-sudoku.com/ This is good.
I don't really like sudoku though lol. I'd rather do an integration problem daily.
come here daily.

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get a calc book, open it, throw a stone....
Yeah, good point, there are some good ones in here. I suppose I could throw a stone in a book too lol. But in the end I also want to be able to check my answer and have a well rounded variety.
Do u know calculus, kainui? This workshttp://dailycalculus.blogspot.com/
Yeah, that's a little too easy for me at this point, I want something a little more trickier.
http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/ProblemsList.html This is the last thing I can find.
Cool thanks for your help guys, I appreciate it.
welcome :D

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