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limiting features of playing a simulated game of baseball, stolen bases and certain plays such as an on-base player advancing two bases from his teammate s single, will not be allowed Depending on the amount of time you can devote to the tournament, you may have to limit games to 2 or 3 innings. You may also want to divide the teams into 2 leagues where each team plays every team in its league. The team with the most wins in each league will play each other in the Fantasy Baseball World Series. Extensions & Connections Have students investigate the role that mathematics plays in other sports such as basketball, soccer, tennis and football. If there are 20 baseball teams and every team played each other, and all of the winners played each other, and these winners played each other, in total how many games will have been played to determine the winner?

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PBS MATHLINE ® MSMP Fantasy Baseball-Part 2 Lesson Guide Page 4 Resources Scheidt, Tim. Fantasy Baseball , 1994. Giant Step Press. Solvang, California. Ideas for Online Discussion ( Some ideas may apply to more than one standard of the NCTM P rofessional Standards for Teaching Mathematics.) Standard 1: Worthwhile Mathematical Tasks Provide a brief overview of a thematic unit that you have used with your students. From your experience, does the thematic unit concept provide the missing structure needed to enhance the learning of the content? Standard 3: Students Role in Discourse Fantasy Baseball provided numerous opportunities for students to try to convince themselves, and one another of the validity of particular representations, solutions, conjectures, and answers. (p. 45) Describe how promoting and encouraging discussion and debate can enhance the student learning and increase the level comprehension. Standard 6: Analysis of Teaching and Learning How would you assess students knowledge of the mathematical content at the conclusion of this unit?
FANTASY BASEBALL Player Analysis Chart (Examples) Year 1991 Name Cum. AB H IB 2B 3B HR BB SO Other Outs FO GO Robin Ventura 686 172 123 25 1 23 80 67 367 183 184 RATIO 123 686 25 686 1 686 23 686 80 686 67 686 183 686 184 686 DECIMAL EQUIVALENT .1793 .0364 .0014 .0335 .1166 .0976 .2667 .2682 DEGREES 65 ° 13 ° 0 ° 12 ° 42 ° 35 ° 96 ° 97 ° YEAR 1985 Name Cum. AB H IB 2B 3B HR BB SO Other Outs FO GO Willie McGee 646 216 162 26 18 10 34 86 310 155 155 RATIO 162 646 26 646 18 646 10 646 34 646 86 646 155 646 155 646 DECIMAL EQUIVALENT .2508 .0402 .0279 .0155 .0526 .1331 .2399 .2399 DEGREES 90 ° 14 ° 10 ° 6 ° 19 ° 48 ° 86 ° 86 ° PBS MATHLINE® MSMP Fantasy Baseball-Part 2: Activity Sheet

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Player Analysis Chart Name Cum. AB H IB 2B 3B HR BB SO Other Outs FO GO RATIO DECIMAL EQUIVALENT DEGREES Name Cum. AB H IB 2B 3B HR BB SO Other Outs FO GO RATIO DECIMAL EQUIVALENT DEGREES Name Cum. AB H IB 2B 3B HR BB SO Other Outs FO GO RATIO DECIMAL EQUIVALENT DEGREES Name Cum.
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• Fall '17
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