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  • What is heritage?
  • Why is heritage important?
  • How can you celebrate your heritage?
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Hispanic American Heritage month, which is a celebration of culture and origin of Latinx and Hispanic Americans in the United States, occurs during which month?

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  • Who was Frida Kahlo?
  • What is a self-portrait?
  • What are some of Frida Kahlo’s most famous paintings?
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How was Frida Kahlo able to attend her first solo exhibition, despite being bedridden?

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  • What is Fermat’s Last Theorem?
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  • What is a mathematical proof?
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A mathematical proof is . . .

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  • Do hummingbirds really hum?
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Hummingbirds can fly up to how many miles per hour?

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