A plane traveling 400 mph is rising at an angle of 30 degrees. A second plane, traveling 300 mph, is rising at an angle of 40 degrees.
Today I started to plan my garden. The rectangular garden where I am going to plant is three feet longer than it is wide.
One third of the garden area will be sunflowers.
Another quarter will be planted with brow-eyed susans.
Only a fifth of my garden will contain columbine.
A sixth of my garden will be filled with trillium.
The rest will be foxgloves.
Samantha purchased subway tokens from a machine. The instructions said that, for any amount of money you insert, you would receive the maximum number of tokens your money can purchase, along with your change.
Samantha put a $20 bill into the machine. She received 12 tokens and $2.60 in change.
There are eight teams in the Northern New Jersey High School Soccer League. Here are the recent results:
During the February 26th MoMath Masters Tournament, @MoMath1 tweeted, “No googling – how many sides on an enneagon?” We thought, “Hey! We know enneagons!” If you don’t, maybe this scenario from a problem we first used in 1998 will give you some hints (as well as some ideas for something you could do with one).
Extend the sides AB and ED of the regular enneagon ABCDEFGHI until they intersect.
Third grade students at Hanover Street School made this awesome video as a Free Scenario based on the Math Forum problem called “Baseball Cards.” We are so excited to share their video!
The students’ video is based on the Math Forum Baseball Cards Scenario [PDF]