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Benjamin Johnson, above right, of Kennebunkport Consolidated School, attempts to piece together a dodecahedron at the Julia Robinson Math Festival last Friday at the University of New England in Biddeford. Alongside Johnson, Aidan Mahoney attempts to solve his own platonic solid project. Students worked on math problems in the morning and, in the afternoon, attended college-type presentations taught by UNE professors. Right, Ali Laflamme of Kennebunk helps Cole Luiggi and Zachary Howe at the second annual festival. Reserved for fifth graders in RSU 21, the math festival is a celebration of non-competitive mathematics. 
(Alex Acquisto photo/Courtesy photo) Benjamin Johnson, above right, of Kennebunkport Consolidated School, attempts to piece together a dodecahedron at the Julia Robinson Math Festival last Friday at the University of New England in Biddeford. Alongside Johnson, Aidan Mahoney attempts to solve his own platonic solid project. Students worked on math problems in the morning and, in the afternoon, attended college-type presentations taught by UNE professors. Right, Ali Laflamme of Kennebunk helps Cole Luiggi and Zachary Howe at the second annual festival. Reserved for fifth graders in RSU 21, the math festival is a celebration of non-competitive mathematics. (Alex Acquisto photo/Courtesy photo)

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