Let's play darts! Math Alympiad. Final 20052006 
Let's play darts! The assignment consists of four parts: Part A: the game and the rules.In which you look at how a game may go using the existing rules Part B: the throw. In which you look at whether the pattern of throws can be a measure for the quality of the player, and in which you determine your own level of playing. Part C: the numbers on the board. in which you find out who invented the distribution of the numbers on the board and for what reasons. Part D: final assignment. in which you design your own “children’s board”Dutch version 
Math Alympiad The Mathematics Alympiad is a realworldmathematicsproblemsolving competition for teams of students forom uppe secondary schooles, with open ended assignments. The open assignments are designed by the Alympiad committee, a committee residing at the Freudenthal Institute of Utrecht University in the Netherlands, that organizes the Mathematics Alympiad since 1989. The aim is to elicit students to think mathematically, to solve openended unfamiliar problems in a creative way, to model, structure and represent problems and solutions, to work collaboratively and to communicate about mathematics. The task is set in a nonmathematical real life (often work related) situation that asks for mathematical modelling and problem solving. The final product is a report fitting the reallife context of the task. Math in teams During the Dutch Mathematics Day Contest students work in teams of about 3 to 4 members on an open mathematical problem solving task during a couple of hours. The product of this work is a report (and sometimes a presentation). 
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