One-Hundred Problems Involving the Number 100
By G. Patrick Vennebush
The problems in One Hundred Problems Involving the Number 100 celebrate the "Goldilocks" charm of 100-a number not too small, not too large, but just right to challenge students without intimidating them. It's used in myriad ways within the problems: as an exponent, product, area, or perimeter; a constant in an equation; the number of items in a series or sequence; or as a physical value, such as a stack of 100 coins, a deck with 100 cards, or a jug that holds 100 ounces.
One Hundred Problems Involving the Number 100 is not just a list of problems.
You'll find both practical information and inspiration in these pages as well as a treasure trove of meaningful mathematical tasks to engage and excite your students.
Watch Vennebush's webinar Celebrating 100 Years with 100 Problems Involving 100 that celebrates NCTM's Centennial with 100 problems involving the number 100 that discusses some deep mathematics, talk about problem posing, and maybe even generates a few new problems