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Math Tic-Tac-Toe Standard tic-tac-toe board. The active team chooses a square; the question is revealed The active team has 15 seconds to decide to keep it, or give it to the other team. – If they keep it, they have 1 minute to solve it. – If they give it to the other team, the other team has 90 seconds to solve it. If you answer correctly, you gain control of that square. If you answer incorrectly, the other team gains control of that square.

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What is the negation of the statement There is a professor in every club meeting of some clubs at UCA? The question is…

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What is the negation of the statement There is a professor in every club meeting of some clubs at UCA? The question is…

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How many positive integer factors does 1000 have? The question is…

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How many positive integer factors does 1000 have? The question is…

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Using 3 matches, without breaking or bending them, make a mathematical expression that is more than 3 but less than 4. The question is…

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Using 3 matches, without breaking or bending them, make a mathematical expression that is more than 3 but less than 4. The question is…

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You are given a 3 gallon jug, a 5 gallon jug, and a pond. How can you measure out exactly 4 gallons of pond water? The question is…

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You are given a 3 gallon jug, a 5 gallon jug, and a pond. How can you measure out exactly 4 gallons of pond water? The question is… 1)Fill the 3 gallon jug. 2)Fill the 5 gallon jug. 3)Top off the 3 gallon jug from the 5 gallon jug.

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Reference Information Created in 2013 by Dr. Jeffrey Beyerl for use in the math club at the University of Central Arkansas Suggestion: Modify the rules so both teams compete simultaneously for the square. The macros I created are perfectly harmless, but of course like anything you download from the internet: use at your own risk.

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