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Dan Meyer. taught high school math between 2004 and 2010 and he is currently studying at Stanford University on a doctoral fellowship shared this presentation on his blog.

“Judging from his slides, it looks like Bowen Kerins produced a corker of a presentation at NCTM last week, running through the math inherent to game shows across several genres and decades. Among other revelations, he’ll help you calculate the best location for dropping your Plinko puck.”

Well, it is pretty darn interesting!

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