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Administrative Assistant

Jane Addams Resource Corporation

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Jeff Caveney


Jane Addams Resource Corporation

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Geoffrey CaveneyAdministrative Assistant

Geoffrey (Jeff) has been with Jane Addams Resource Corporation since January 2004.He is responsible for maintaining JARC's databases of contacts, clients and manufacturers; coordinating the production and mailing of JARC newsletters, printed materials and other communications; and providing a wide variety of administrative support to JARC's program directors and coordinators.He is also responsible for ordering and maintaining office supplies, and he has become experienced at fixing the all-too-frequent malfunctions of copiers, printers and other office equipment.
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Jeff Caveney773.728.9769 ext. 12


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Jeff Cavney:Email: geoffreyc@jane-addams.org or Call: (773) 728-9769 x12


A generalization of the 3x+1 mapping due to Geoffrey C. Caveney

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A generalization of the 3x+1 mapping due to Geoffrey C. Caveney In a posting to sci.math on February 1, 1998, Geoffrey Caveney defined a mapping fa,b: → as follows: Let a > b > 1, gcd(a,b) = 1. Then

For example, a = 3, b = 2 gives the 3x+1 mapping:
Caveney was not aware that his mapping was a special case of a mapping studied by Herbert Möller in 1978, which in turn was generalized in 1984 to the case of a relatively prime mapping by K.R. Matthews and A.M. Watts.

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