Does the falling tree make a sound if no one if there to hear it? (or communication via encryption)
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Students explore encryption. They discuss the importance of cryptography in our daily lives. Students use games and cryptography to discover transformational geometry and modulo systems. They design their own encryption puzzles and games.
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