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 T O P I C    R E V I E W Admin Posted - 03/21/2010 : 19:34:46 April is Math Awareness Month. This year's theme is Mathematics and Sports. To celebrate MAM 2010, I have created 4 new WebQuests on Mathematics and Sports. The main topics are:Win-Loss Percentage - baseball, football and basketballGraphing Historical Data - The Olympics and Super BowlsBatting Average and Earned Run AverageThe NBA Draft LotteryOther topics include percent change in number of home runs scored, field goal percentage, Pythagorean Expectation, Win Probability, Win Expectancy, Sabermetrics and Simpsons' Paradox. I invite you to explore these topics! 3   L A T E S T    R E P L I E S    (Newest First) the_hill1962 Posted - 09/21/2010 : 14:19:03 It is www.lessonopoly.org/nfl not lesssonopoly.org/nflquote:Originally posted by JasmineAnother cool thing that just recently came out was science of NFL Football. You can teach your student the science behind football plays. They come with videos and the lesson plans are from grades 5-9th. you should check them out at www.lesssonopoly.org/nfl Jasmine Posted - 09/21/2010 : 12:56:27 Another cool thing that just recently came out was science of NFL Football. You can teach your student the science behind football plays. They come with videos and the lesson plans are from grades 5-9th. you should check them out at www.lesssonopoly.org/nfl the_hill1962 Posted - 03/23/2010 : 12:31:22 Thanks. Looks very good. I have FWed it to the coaches and other math teachers at my school.I do have a couple students that are into sports. I hope they enjoy it.Note (3-30-10). This is working out well since over half our school is gone for various activities this week.

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