The Math Of Nascar

Author: Ian F. Mahaney
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1448825555
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Using NASCAR racing, readers must employ addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to determine seating capacity at the Brickyard, horsepower, number of laps remaining, and fuel usage.

Mathematics And Sports

Author: Joseph A. Gallian
Publisher: MAA
ISBN: 0883853493
Size: 51.35 MB
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An accessible compendium of essays on the broad theme of mathematics and sports.

The Math Of Sports

Author: Hope Martin
Publisher: Walch Publishing
ISBN: 9780825139208
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Web Sites for the Mathematics of Sports 69 World Cup Soccer http://www. Olympic Games The United States
Olympic Committee The International Olympic
Committee ...
index.html Car Racing National Association for Stock Car Automobile Racing http
:// Indianapolis Race Way Sports Scores
Hie Sporting ...

Sports Math

Author: Roland B. Minton
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498706290
Size: 40.50 MB
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A search for “Physics of (favorite sport)” will bring up many results. I can
recommend The Physics of Basketball (Fontanella), The Physics of Hockey (
Hache), Football Physics (Gay), Newton's Football (St. John and Ramirez), The
Science of Soccer (Wesson), The Physics and Technology of Tennis (Brody,
Cross, and Lindsey), Golf Science (Smith), The Science of Golf (Wesson), Golf By
the Numbers (Minton), and The Physics of NASCAR (Leslie-Pelecky). The
Howard Head story is told ...

Teaching Math Through Sports Gr 5 8 Us Version

Publisher: On The Mark Press
ISBN: 1770725547
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NASCAR tracks have the following lengths (in miles): 1.54; 2.52; 0.53; 2.00; 1.50;
1.37; 2.50; 1.00; 1.25; 1.50; 2.50; 0.69; 1.99; 1.50; 1.50; 1.50; 1.50; 0.50; 0.53;
0.75; 2.00; 1.00; 1.33; 1.00; 1.06; 1.00; 1.00; 2.50; 0.75; 2.66; 1.50; 2.45 On a
separate sheet of graph paper, make a broken-line graph to represent the
number of tracks of each length. If NASCAR were to make a new track for their
series races, what length do you think it would be, and why?

Sports Math

Author: Kieran Walsh
Publisher: Rourke Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781595154958
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Considers mathematics in relation to sports and how winning is determined

Mathematics In Games Sports And Gambling

Author: Ronald J. Gould
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498719538
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Exercises: 3.4.1 Records show that the probability a NASCAR race car will have
a flat tire while driving one lap of a race is .00005. If during a race a total of
10,000 laps are driven by the cars: 1. find the probability exactly 1 will have a flat
tire. 2. find the probability at least 1 will have a flat tire. 3. find the probability at
most 2 will have a flat tire. 4. find the probability at least 2 will have a flat tire. 3.4.2
If 2% of the baseballs manufactured are defective, find the probability a case of
300 ...

Score With Race Car Math

Author: Stuart A.P. Murray
Publisher: Enslow Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 0766041778
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Which driver was faster? How long is each lap at a race track? How much faster are cars now, compared to the first race cars? Author Stuart Murray uses math to explore the fast paced world of racing.

Teaching Secondary Mathematics

Author: David Rock
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136328149
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When Ray Evernham was Crew Chief for Jeff Gordon's Number 24 NASCAR
stock car in late in 1997, Jeff was penalized for speeding while on the pit road. In
a radio communication, Ray said he wondered how the officials could tell that Jeff
was speeding. NASCAR racing used to be a southern, rather localized sport. It
has turned into a national sport that is big business. Jeff Gordon became only the
second driver to earn an extra $1,000,000 for winning three of four
predetermined ...