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From: Kim Schauer <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 11:55:52 -0400
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Hi.  I'm sorry if this is a repeat email; I'm new at this.  Thanks.







>> I'm one of the coaches for the Lake Anne Elementary Sea Monsters FLL 

>> team.  We are enjoying the topic of this year's Challenge!




>> The team has a question about what the FLL judges consider to be the 

>> definition of "different geographical area" in the research project.

>> Would "Maryland" or "The Mid-Atlantic" be considered a different 

>> "geographical area" as Virginia, or are those too close?  Similarly, 

>> would all communities in the same USDA Plant Hardiness Zone on this 

>> side of the Mississippi River be considered in the same geographical 

>> area?  Does the second community the teams identify in their research 

>> projects necessarily need to be on a different continent or in a 

>> different country?  Thanks for any guidance you can provide.




>> Kim


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