Pumpkins make the plunge
London Community News
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Grade 8 students at Jeanne Sauvé French Immersion Public School had a smashing good time in math class this Halloween.
On Wednesday (Oct. 31), those students put a week’s worth of book learning on scatter plots and the relationship between variables to a real-life test.
Using five pumpkins of various shapes and sizes, the students enlisted the help of Principal Sheryl Cooke-Sawyer, who tossed the pumpkins out the window of their third-storey classroom, sending them crashing to the ground below.
The students then measured the splatter and will use the data they collected to create scatter plot graphs from their findings.
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