Last year, we devoted the march blog posts to celebrating March Mathness, the math behind the sport of basketball.
Many of you sent in your own math problems for posting. These included scores, records of teams, distance teams have to travel, the basketball court itself, even the numbers on the player’s jerseys. Math plays into this annual event in more ways than you might think.
So check this blog regularly for more fun math problems. Send your ideas for March Mathness math problems to email@example.com
Meanwhile, here is a favorite from last year submitted by students at Northside Elementary:
Duke played Syracuse 3 times this season. At each game Duke scored the same number of points. The total amount of points scored in the 3 games was 96 points. How many points did they score in each game?