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|Jason C. Mayans|
|A Web version of the computer game Lemonade Stand: you have to decide how many cups of lemonade to make based on the weather forecast. You also have the option to advertise and attract more customers. You receive a daily report with financial information telling you how many cups you made and sold and how much profit you made that day. The game runs on a secret, complex mathematical formula, with an element of randomizing thrown in - you must use your previous experience and gut feelings to do well. You continue playing until you go broke, decide to retire, or reach 25 game days.|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Games, Problems/Puzzles, Fun for Kids|
|Math Topics:||Arithmetic/Early Math, Business/Industrial|
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