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Lewis & Clark Library: Mathematics

Breakout Game

Five Curious Mathematicians, solving problems of all kinds,

Comparing, computing, expanding their minds.

The first one said, “It’s shape time for me!”  

The second one said, “I like graphing to see.”

The third one said, “Make sure you know your place!”

The fourth one said, “Remember, Computing is not a race.”

The fifth one said, “Fractions are a scream!

Especially when you get to eat ice cream!”

Then the problems were solved, the answers checked twice,

And then the Five Curious Mathematicians knew the answer was precise.

Tips & Hints: 

1)  Work together

2)  Take Notes & write down what you already tried

3)  Take a chance

4) Have fun!

Click HERE to play the game!


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