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# Friday math movie - Amazing competition

By Murray Bourne, 19 Jun 2009

Try to get the answers as fast as these kids do.

The guy asking the questions is also doing a fine job. He's obviously established a good rapport with these students and got them excited about math. But my favorite aspect of this movie is the audience (presumably the Moms and Dads) — they're having a great time, too.

It's not clear whether the students (or the host) can actually see the questions (this would make it easier for me). At times it looks like they are concentrating on the dais, but otherwise looking around the hall.

Not bad - \$1000 for some snappy mental arithmetic.

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