Diana Braun graduated Otterbein College in 2009 with a B.A. in Mathematics and minor in Dance. She is licensed to teach grades 7-12 in Ohio.
Currently, Diana is a Math Instructor at Gilmour Academy, an independent school located in Northeast Ohio. She teaches AP Statistics, Geometry, and Math Explorations.
She first learned about Geogebra as a college student and looks forward to learning ways to incorporate the software in her teaching.

What I've learned at the Conference:

This is a puzzle that Michael Borcherds, lead developer of Geogebra, introduced to the conference. After several failed attempts to solve it on paper, I decided to construct it and solve it using Geogebra. I was able to solve it within minutes. I then decided to practice some more techniques that I've learned from the conference. Here's what I came up with:

## Diana Braun

Contact: Email: braund@gilmour.org

Diana Braun graduated Otterbein College in 2009 with a B.A. in Mathematics and minor in Dance. She is licensed to teach grades 7-12 in Ohio.Bio:Currently, Diana is a Math Instructor at Gilmour Academy, an independent school located in Northeast Ohio. She teaches AP Statistics, Geometry, and Math Explorations.

She first learned about Geogebra as a college student and looks forward to learning ways to incorporate the software in her teaching.

What I've learned at the Conference: