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Answer the following questions by moving either to the chicken or the egg side of the room.
Chickens first came to America via the explorer… Chicken Side - De Leon Egg Side - Columbus
Chickens first came to America via the explorer… Egg Side Wins! Columbus
French brides break an egg for good luck at their wedding. Chicken Side - False Egg Side - True
French brides break an egg for good luck at their wedding. Egg Side Wins!!! True
On average how many eggs does a hen lay a year? Chicken Side - 325 Egg Side - 250
On average how many eggs does a hen lay a year? Chicken Side Wins!!! 325
How long does it take for a hen to make an egg? Chicken Side - 24-26 hrs. Egg Side – 5-8hrs.
How long does it take for a hen to make an egg? Chicken Side Wins!!! 24-26 hrs.
The older the hen the larger the egg. Chicken Side - False Egg Side – True
The older the hen the larger the egg. Egg Side Wins!!! True
How many pounds of food must a hen eat to make one egg? Chicken Side – 4lbs. Egg Side – 9lbs.
How many pounds of food must a hen eat to make one egg? Chicken Side Wins!!! 4lbs.
When a hen gets angry at another hen it attacks her eggs. Chicken Side – True Egg Side – False
When a hen gets angry at another hen it attacks her eggs. Egg Side Wins Thats totally false.
Chickens, like dogs, go off to be alone when they die. Chicken Side – False Egg Side – True
Chickens, like dogs, go off to be alone when they die. Chicken Side Wins!!! True of dogs not chickens.
On average how many eggs are laid by chickens each year. Chicken Side – 5 billion Egg Side – 50 billion
On average how many eggs are laid by chickens each year. Egg Side Wins!!!! 50 billion
Which month is national egg month? Chicken Side – August Egg Side – May
Which month is national egg month? Egg Side Wins!!! May
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Determine whether each curve below is the graph of a function of x. Select all answers that are graphs of functions of x:
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