- — Katherine Bryant (@MathSciEditor)Wed, Jul 31 2013 17:56:08
- — Max Ray (@maxmathforum)Wed, Jul 31 2013 18:00:35
- — Andy Zsiga (@zsiga_andy)Wed, Jul 31 2013 22:05:40@mr_stadel You may have already seen this, but here is a different problem with quadratic equations. http://passyworldofmathematics.com/sydney-harbour-bridge-mathematics/ …s.com/sydney-harbour…
- — Chris Hunter (@ChrisHunter36)Wed, Jul 31 2013 22:07:04
- — Kathryn Belmonte (@iisanumber)Wed, Jul 31 2013 23:36:32@mr_stadel I'm toying with changing this to a bridge over water and looking at a boat passing underneath. Tides can spice it up.
- — Scott Hills (@Planting_ideas)Wed, Jul 31 2013 23:38:39@mr_stadel ok, can i keep the original problem? work through the problem, then turn around and say, "ok, what would the equation be if +
- — Scott Hills (@Planting_ideas)Wed, Jul 31 2013 23:39:53@mr_stadel + the tunnel was required by state law to allow 2 trucks of the same size (7W 11T) to pass side by side. (what else do we need?)
Low Arching Bridge input and ideas from you.
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