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Volume 5, Number 31

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This week marks the 200th issue of the Math Forum Internet News.

31 July 2000                                  Vol. 5, No. 31


             Chips A Tally | iFigure Calculators
        Russian Peasant Multiplication - Dr. Math FAQ

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                        CHIPS A TALLY
  Bayonne, NJ Board of Education / three 5th grade teachers


                Are all cookies created equal? 
      Are you getting your fair share of chocolate chips?

Classes are invited to submit data to this collaborative 
math project designed to determine whether the number 
of chocolate chips in Chips Ahoy cookies is the same 

        Registration:  August 1 - September 30, 2000
      Project Begins:  September 1, 2000
  Collected Data Due:  October 27, 2000
      Results Posted:  November 30, 2000

The site includes lesson plans that use statistics to 
analyze number of chips and percentage of chocolate, with 
directions, data sheets, and evaluation rubrics. Also:
related science, social studies, and language arts 
activities; no-bake recipes; and relevant New Jersey 




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buying a home, investing money, figuring business profits, 
making statistical comparisons, or calculating pump pressure. 

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                   New from the Dr. Math FAQ


  What is Russian peasant multiplication? How do I use it?

  Why does Russian peasant multiplication work?

  How is the Russian peasant algorithm related to binary 

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