Tower of golf


Submitted photos Rose Prater’s seventh grade Math classes demonstrated problem solving by designing the tallest tower capable of supporting a golf ball, using only the limited materials provided. The activity followed discussion of the problem solving methods needed by members of Apollo 13 to successfully return to earth.

Submitted photos Rose Prater’s seventh grade Math classes demonstrated problem solving by designing the tallest tower capable of supporting a golf ball, using only the limited materials provided. The activity followed discussion of the problem solving methods needed by members of Apollo 13 to successfully return to earth.


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Rose Prater’s seventh grade Math classes demonstrated problem solving by designing the tallest tower capable of supporting a golf ball, using only the limited materials provided. The activity followed discussion of the problem solving methods needed by members of Apollo 13 to successfully return to earth.

Submitted photos Rose Prater’s seventh grade Math classes demonstrated problem solving by designing the tallest tower capable of supporting a golf ball, using only the limited materials provided. The activity followed discussion of the problem solving methods needed by members of Apollo 13 to successfully return to earth.
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