• January 21, 2017

Bull's-eye: Nolanville students take aim at archery

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1 comment:

  • Jim8Math posted at 5:57 am on Tue, Dec 3, 2013.

    Jim8Math Posts: 1

    Great idea. How about extending it to include other shape targets? (square, rectangular, etc)?

    It could also be extended to include other games of "aim for a target" games, like the balloon/dart games at carnivals. Geometric probability could also be a complement to the material, at least at the conceptual level for elementary students.