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Explains an activity that uses student interest in March Madness - the NCAA basketball tournament - to have students find the number of games played, look for algebraic patterns, graph the data and find equations to model the data. We also look at how to express using sigma notation.
Shows where to find the blog that explains the activity and links to the student and teacher pdf's.
For grades 7 through 12.